Organizational management

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The organizational management program is an intensive, accelerated degree-completion program for adults, which provides students with knowledge and skills in management. In this program, qualified students currently working in business, industry, health and public service sectors can complete their course work in as few as four 18-week semesters. 


(41 hours)
OMP 141, 142, 143, 144 Resilient Leadership: Reflection and Practice (.5 per class)
OMP 301 Group and Organizational Behavior (3)
OMP 303 Organizational Theory and Design (3)
OMP 304 Principles of Management and Leadership (3)
OMP 305 Research and Statistical Methods (3)
OMP 306 Business Communication (3)
OMP 308 Management Control Systems (3)
OMP 406 Human Resource Management (3)
OMP 407 Faith and Community (3)
OMP 409 Personal Values and Business Ethics (3)
OMP 410 Living in the Global Community (3)
OMP 412 Independent Research Project (3)
OMP 413 Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations (3)
OMP 414 Entrepreneurship (3)


The competencies listed below must be met to graduate. This can be done through course work at Bluffton, transfer credit, DSST, CLEP or academic credit by examination. An advisor will work with you to determine the best option. The completion of English composition is required before beginning the organizational management program. It is recommended, but not required, that the remaining competencies be completed before beginning the program as well.

Writing Well competency
Creative Expression competency
Exploring the Past competency
Scientific Inquiry competency

Other objectives of the Bluffton liberal arts and sciences core program, including studies in religion and theology, cross-cultural experience, the social sciences and humanities are met through the organizational management sequence of courses.

October 2019