The organizational leadership bachelor’s degree program will prepare you for leadership positions in a variety of career fields by helping you develop skills that organizations need to run successfully. The program lays a foundation in leadership with courses in project management, human resource management, marketing, accounting, international business, and more. The curriculum guide lists courses required for the degree. For a description of each course, please consult the University Catalog. For a printed copy of the current curriculum guide, stop by the School for Adult Learning office in Esch Hall 103.
Please download the Curriculum Guide for Organizational Leadership Degree
- The degree requires a minimum of 124 credit hours.
- A grade of C- (1.7 on a 4.0 scale) or higher is required in all courses applying toward the organizational leadership major.
- A grade point average of C- (1.7 on a 4.0 scale) or higher is required in the General Education core curriculum.
- You must take the last 30 hours of coursework at UIndy to obtain a degree from UIndy.
- You must take at least one-third of the hours required in your major at UIndy.
- A cumulative grade point average of 2.50 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) is required to continue in the Accelerated Programs Division. Students who fall below 2.50 may enroll in the Extended Programs Division until such time as the minimum GPA is restored.
* You must test into MATH108 by achieving a minimum required score on the Math Placement Exam, or by first taking and passing SAL280, Topics in Math.
** The orientation course SAL101, Return to Learning, is required of all new students and must be taken in the first semester of enrollment.
*** A minimum score on the English Placement Examination is required for placement in ENGL101, English Composition. Students who do not achieve the minimum score must first take ENGL100, Basic Writing.
Not all courses are available in an accelerated format; however, students may complete all degree requirements with accelerated courses. Some courses listed above have prerequisites; this means you must take another course or courses first.
Key Advisor, School for Adult Learning: Kathy Simpher.
This page is provided as a courtesy and general guideline for students. If it conflicts with current required courses or becomes outdated, the current requirements will prevail. The Key Advisor will make the final determination. Always verify the information on this page with your Key Advisor. We reserve the right to change or correct this page.