Organizational Leadership and Resource Management

Associates in Technical Arts


Karen Bolton
(360) 476-5339

Philip Mathew
(360) 475-7382


This program is designed to prepare students for leadership roles in private and public service environments within a 2 year format 

The program Mission Statement is: “To assist individuals by providing basic leadership skills, an understanding of their roll in influencing groups of individuals to accomplish organizational goals while adopting strategies that foster critical thinking and the ability to lead change within organizations.”



Upon completion of this program, successful students will have demonstrated the ability to apply their skills and knowledge in the following ways:


1.  Focus on humanistic, ethical, and transformational leadership in organizations.

2.  Develop their individual and interpersonal skills to achieving successful organizational goals and personal growth. 

3.  Enhance their problem solving skills that result in positive organizational change.

4.  Focus on bridging the gap between theory and practical applications they can use immediately to see results in their life and organization.

5.  Effectively use oral and written communications skills as they relate to an organizational environment.

6.  Show respect and the ability to work collaboratively with diverse individuals and teams.

7.  Analyze legal and ethical implications of organizational conduct.
*Note- Not all courses listed are offered every quarter. Please see an appropriate faculty advisor or Division Dean for course sequence and schedule details.  A faculty advisor must approve the program for degree/certificate completion.
Updated January 10, 2014