College of Professional Advancement
Atlanta, Douglas County, Henry County, Macon, Online
Learn how to develop your skills as a leader
For more than twenty years, Mercer University’s Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership has been the program of choice for future leaders in all walks of life. Designed for mid-career adult learners who have four or more years of work experience, the program provides a targeted study of leadership and the tools to develop conceptual, interpersonal, technical, administrative, and organizational skills.
Students develop a keen appreciation for the leader’s critical and evolving role in the change process and dynamic environment of twenty-first century organizations. Graduates are prepared to effectively lead others and identify innovative solutions to challenges in a variety of professional settings.
Designed for busy and working adults
The B.S. in Organizational Leadership is offered fully online and through a blended combination of online and in-person evening classes at Mercer’s Atlanta, Douglas County, Henry County, and Macon locations, with start dates in January, March, May, August, and October. There are two eight-week sessions during the fall and spring semesters, and one eight-week and one four-week session during the summer semester. Students can comfortably take two classes per week while maintaining a work-life balance.
Get ready for the next step in your career as a leader
Graduates of Mercer’s B.S. in Organizational Leadership program can find employment in a wide variety of positions such as:
- Executive Director
- Human Resource Professional
- Nonprofit Leader
- Operations Coordinator
- Planning Analyst
- Program Director
- Team Leader
- Training and Development Coordinator
Our students and alumni can be found leading in major organizations such as Coca-Cola Group, Delta Air Lines, Federal Reserve Bank, Georgia Pacific Corporation, BellSouth Systems, DeKalb Public Schools, and IBM.
Learn more about our Organizational Leadership major
- Program Requirements
- Course Descriptions
- Tuition and Aid
- Transferring Credits
- Meet the Faculty
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