What You'll Learn
The Online Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership program allows students to take advantage of the convenience of online learning without sacrificing the quality of instruction or professor-student interaction. The program is taught from a Christian worldview, creating a unique opportunity for students to develop as informed and ethical decision makers.
Candidates for the online leadership degree are experienced adults looking to complete a business-oriented bachelor’s degree while maintaining the flexibility to juggle work, family, and other commitments.
Designed for the Working Professional
At APU, we understand the challenges of earning your degree while juggling work, family, and other commitments. Our programs are designed to make attending Azusa Pacific simple, so you can reach your educational goals.
The Online BSOL program allows students to take advantage of the convenience of online learning without sacrificing the quality of instruction or professor-student interaction. With identical curriculum and the same cohort model that has been so successful in the on-campus BSOL program, students can be confident they are receiving the same quality degree.
Courses are taught sequentially, and the accelerated format means new courses begin every five to six weeks. Students find the rich diversity of experiences which students bring to the interactive online environment result in lively discussions involving shared experiences.
Committed to Your Success
Successful students in this online format clearly recognize that, while there is flexibility in asynchronous learning, a strong commitment to consistent participation, communication, and completion of all work is critical. In order to ensure student success, a Student Orientation course, part of a non-credit proseminar, is mandatory for all online students prior to the start of their online course/cohort.
Through this online program, students will engage with the APS staff in one-on-one communication for academic and financial advising. A “student commons” will also be available to facilitate community within the cohort and between cohorts, faculty, and staff.