Organizational Leadership & Resource Management
This program is designed to prepare students for leadership roles in private and public service environments in a two year format. It also prepares students to continue their studies at the bachelor level. We assist individuals by providing basic leadership skills, an understanding of their role in influencing groups of individuals to accomplish organizational goals while adopting strategies that foster critical thinking and the ability to lead change within organizations.
DEGREES & CERTIFICATESAssociate in Applied Science–Transfer
Certificates of Recognition
- Leadership and the Non-Profit Organization (18 credits)
- Leadership and Organizational Development (19 credits)
- Leadership and Supervision (18 credits)
- Organizational Leadership (18 credits)
- Brandman University
- The Evergreen State College
At the end of the program, successful students will be able to:
- Focus on humanistic, ethical and transformational leadership in organizations.
- Achieve organizational goals and personal growth.
- Solve problems to promote positive organizational change.
- Bridge the gap between theory and practical applications to achieve immediate results in their lives and organizations.
- Effectively use oral and written communication skills in an organizational environment.
- Work respectfully and collaboratively with diverse individuals and teams.
- Analyze legal and ethical implications of organizational conduct.
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MEDIAN HOURLY WAGE IN WASHINGTON STATE
Current wage information can be found for each career option. After finding the option in O*NET online, click on Wages & Employment, select Washington in the State & National field and GO.
Stephen Quinn (Entry Advisor)
REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE AND EMPLOYMENT
Currently no license is required for many business careers in Washington State. Students are encouraged to research career goals as more employers are seeking employees with degrees and who are up-to-date in specific career skills and abilities.
Source: 2012 Olympic College Workforce Development "Red Book" (updated 1/25/13)