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2023 - 2025 Voorhees University Catalog 
2023 - 2025 Voorhees University Catalog

Organizational Management, B.S.

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The goals of the Organizational Management Major are to:

  1. Respond to and meet the higher educational needs of adult learners;
  2. Prepare students for graduate and professional study or the workplace;
  3. Identify, recruit and retain students with an interest in, and potential for successful professional careers; and
  4. Provide students with an opportunity for upward, economic mobility.

Program Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Use appropriate integrative frameworks to identify company-wide problems and discern between their causes and symptoms;
  2. Enact strategy, including management of contingencies, emergent strategies, and other modifications to existing plans.
  3. Effectively plan, prepare and execute negotiations; use various processes and tools for bargaining, negotiating and resolving disputes; know the principles of effective negotiation and have practiced negotiation skills in several in-class and personal settings.
  4. Identify, plan, budget, and initiate projects and monitor project performance.
  5. Create a shared vision and mobilize energy toward goal achievement; manage organizational change and communication; overcome resistance to change.


As a broad, interdisciplinary academic program, the Organizational Management major maintains a strong coherent, academic thrust grounded in the liberal arts tradition. The design of the program reflects the commitment to holistically address the issues which impact managers and leaders in various types of formal organizations.

The careful coupling of the English and Humanities, General Education requirements and sciences provide the Organizational Management Major with a healthy blend of select, liberal arts courses which, when matched with “on-the-job” managerial related experiences, produce a graduate who is prepared to make major contributions in the workplace and in graduate school.

A Major in Organizational Management Requires:

General Education Requirement Courses: 36
Organizational Management Courses (minimum): 51
Free Electives: 33
TOTAL: 120 hours

Core Requirement (51 Hrs.)

Total: 120 Hours

Career Information

Career Options with a Bachelors Degree in Organizational Management

  • Training and Development Managers
  • Social and Community Service Managers
  • Marketing/Sales Managers
  • Human Resources Managers
  • Emergency Management Directors
  • Compensation and Benefits Managers
  • Administrative Services Managers

Career Titles

  • Human Resources Manager
  • Marketing/Sales Manager
  • Training and Development Manager

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