In the accelerated Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (BSOL) program at APU, students may complete their degree in 15 months via a traditional classroom setting. The 39-unit curriculum is concentrated into 60 weekly, four-hour class sessions offered in a lock-step format that coordinates class and work schedules and enables students to begin the program as it suits their schedules. For students' convenience, all texts and materials are delivered directly to their classroom.
Courses are taught sequentially, and the rich diversity of experiences which students bring to the class result in lively discussions involving shared learning. Because students stay with the same group throughout the course of the program, they develop a strong rapport with other group members, who act as a support system through the completion of the degree. Many students find the networking opportunities that arise through participating in the program to be invaluable.
More than 150 cohorts of adult students have successfully completed the BSOL Program, with new groups forming continually.