Undergraduate Evening & Online 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Organizational Management, B.S.
The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management (ORM) program provides adult learners an opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree in management theory and practice. The overall goal of the Organizational Management program is to offer a quality, flexible degree completion curriculum that:
- Affirms Christian values and beliefs;
- Equips students to utilize leadership, management, and human relations principles;
- Develops written and oral communication skills;
- Instills a commitment to be critically reflective, self-directed, life-long learners;
- Promotes an appreciation of the multicultural environment in which students live and work;
- Helps students better adapt to technological and cultural change; and
- Empowers students to work effectively as individuals and as team members.
Ideally, ORM students should have already earned an associate's degree or at least 60 semester hours of college-level credit. However, students with fewer credits may be admitted to the ORM program. All outstanding General Education courses should be completed prior to beginning the ORM major courses.
The required curriculum is provided through online class sessions with ample opportunity for both synchronous and asynchronous communication between faculty and fellow students. Content is centered on organizational behavior, leadership, interpersonal, and problem-solving techniques. The eleven ORM major courses must be taken at PBA and must be completed in sequence. There will be at least two synchronous meetings for each eight-week course. Please refer to the Academic Policies for more detailed information.
Professional Education Credit (PEC)
Within the first semester, a student seeking credit through non-traditional professional educational credit must make application through his or her faculty advisor. All work and documentation for non-traditional credit must be completed no later than the end of the first semester that the student is enrolled. Please refer to the Academic Policies for more details.
New first semester students can earn Professional Education Credits through the following methods:
- Active or inactive certificates or licenses
- Professional Trainings
- Military Trainings
- Non-Traditional Coursework
- Case studies