Goals and Course Topics
Put Your Experience to Work
Businesses in today’s global marketplace are in need of leaders at every level – especially those with varied educational backgrounds, on-the-job experience and the skills to collaboratively solve problems in diverse environments. TU’s Bachelor of Arts in Workplace Leadership, is a transfer-friendly degree-completion program, designed to build 21st-century skills and help you become a leader at work.
Your Workplace Leadership Program
Workplaces can be dynamic, fast-paced and ever-changing. A TU degree in workplace leadership will help you develop crucial leadership skills in the areas of critical thinking, problem-solving and multimodal communication, all through the lens of multiple cultural perspectives.
The program, which is centered around TU’s new and innovative Dragon Core Curriculum and commitment to Celebrating Cultural Uniqueness, is extremely transfer friendly. Up to 90 hours of transfer credit may be applied toward the program, with as few as 31 credits of coursework required for completion at TU. A minimum of 48 hours transfer credit is required to enroll in this program.
The program includes classes that teach the key skills that workplace leaders need to develop for a successful career: interpersonal communication, strategic business planning, delegation, cultural intelligence, team building, leadership development and change management. The program also features multidisciplinary coursework designed to build skills and competencies around communication, problem solving and leadership, particularly in diverse environments.
Online: 7-week terms start in January, March, May, July, August and October
Who Is This Program For?
A seven-course leadership sequence will help you hone your skills in appropriate and effective communication. These leadership skills allow you to analyze information about the diverse human condition, identify assumptions and evidence, and implement solutions to improve functionality in a global environment.
DEGREE COMPLETION TIME
The time to complete one’s degree is dependent on the number of hours transferring in. Tiffin University strives to transfer in as much transfer credit for students as possible. With this said, in order for credit to transfer, one must have earned a “C” or better in the course.