UofL's online Organizational Leadership and Learning bachelor's degree (BSOLL) is a skills-driven degree completion program. BSOLL is designed to equip you with the knowledge required for career advancement or a possible career change in today’s competitive and evolving workforce. BSOLL students can also graduate faster by earning college credit for work experience through the program's Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) component and could earn up to 48* credit hours tuition free - over $24,000 in savings!
The online Bachelor’s of Science in Organizational Leadership and Learning from UofL is a 120 credit hour program, with the following curriculum components:
Cardinal Core requirements– transferred credits or completed at UofL (31 credit hours)
OLL Program Core Courses (24-29 credit hours)
Work Specialization/PLA Award (up to 48 credit hours)*
Track Courses (12-15 credit hours)
Elective Courses (5-44 credit hours)
*Military experience listed on the DD214 and/or JST will be applied towards the 48 credit hours of Prior Learning credit.
Project Management for the Modern Workforce
KYVALLO has teamed up with the University of Louisville to offer a Project Management track. This track is designed for business professionals who want well-rounded skills in managing a multitude of projects in any industry and those who seek a pathway to a project management role or career. This track goes beyond traditional project management knowledge, providing students the opportunity to expand their expertise and successfully respond to organizational change in areas of technology, logistics and personnel management, effective communication, data analysis and efficiently built structures. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be prepared to pursue the Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) or the Project Management Certification (PMP).
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TRACK SPECIFIC COURSES
LEAD 220 Data Analytics in Organizations – 3 Hours
This course focuses to develop the knowledge, skill, and ability to manage, analyze, and present data needed to understand human dynamics in the organizational environment
LEAD 314 Diversity in the Workplace – 3 Hours
Examine various aspects of diversity and inclusion from a societal perspective, and within the workplace environment. Various human resource management principles will be discussed, and this course will also review, analyze, and ascertain themes of diversity including, but not limited to race, ethnicity, culture, socio-economic status, worldview, the LGBTQ community, persons with disabilities, socio-cultural factors, legal perspectives, and more
LEAD 412 Coaching and Talent Development – 3 Hours
This course addresses knowledge, skills, and dispositions for workforce leaders in talent management, career development, and coaching strategies to maximize performance and goal attainment at individual, group, and organizational levels
LEAD 490 Leadership and Management - 3 Hours
Introduction and application to the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling as they apply to leadership of workplace learning and performance
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