What You’ll Learn

Community & Organizational Leadership will teach you to examine models of successful leadership and cultivate your own leadership skills. You will be equipped to participate in the planning and execution of change within organizations while helping to minimize potential conflict that can result.

The degree coursework strengthens interpersonal and organizational communication skills as well as research interpretation with application to needs assessment or program evaluation. Written communication is emphasized to improve organizational reporting at all levels

Career Opportunities

Our graduates go on to advance their lives in a number of career settings such as large corporations, small businesses, non-profit agencies, or government agencies. A degree in Community & Organizational Leadership will give you the tools to succeed in any business environment.

The Columbia College Difference

The flexible course options we offer allow our students to pursue a degree in Community & Organizational Leadership either during the day, evening, or at their own technical college campus. We make it possible for you to succeed at your own pace while still providing an exceptional college experience.

Course Requirements

View major requirements including concentrations and electives for this program of study in our course catalog.

Undergraduate Course Catalog

Additional Course Options

Evening

Earning your degree in the evening gives you the flexibility to study full-time while fulfilling your other obligations, allowing you to complete your class work on a fluid schedule.

Evening Course Requirements

View major requirements including concentrations and electives for this program of study in our course catalog.

Undergraduate Course Catalog

Associate's to Bachelor's

Community & Organizational Leadership courses support careers in training and development, community and nonprofit administration, higher education, project management, and general business administration.

In order to declare a Human Services major, students must have an Associate’s Degree in Community & Organizational Leadership from a regionally accredited two year college with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.

Associate's to Bachelor's classes meet at Columbia College’s partner institutions. A2B students complete three courses per semester (including summers); the program is completed in six semesters. 

Associate's to Bachelor's Course Requirements

View major requirements including concentrations and electives for this program of study in our course catalog.

Undergraduate Course Catalog