Organizational Leadership


Overview & Academics

A Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Organizational Leadership provides students with the educational background necessary to succeed in a broad spectrum of professions and is an excellent foundation for the pursuit of several advanced degree programs. This is an interdisciplinary degree that exposes students to the business, social science and humanities concepts that will provide a solid foundation in critical thinking, analytical reasoning, writing and communication. Organizations are looking for leaders that understand work behavior, interpersonal and group dynamics as well as how to solve problems for growth and success.

This multidisciplinary business and behavioral science program focuses on practical and theoretical aspects of the various components related to the administration and management of sports/fitness/wellness personnel, facilities, programs and businesses.

Major Requirements
Organizational Leadership-Sports Administration Concentration
Core requirements:
ADM 481
BUS 206, 207, 308, 314, 319
MAT 213
Concentration requirements:
ADM 205, 315, 335, 345 and 421

Organizational Leadership-Healthcare Administration Concentration
Core requirements:
BUS 206, 207, 308, 314, 319
MAT 213
Concentration requirements:
HCA 200, 205, 300, 482
HLP 320

                                                                         

Career Options:

  • Administrative Service Manager
  • Sales
  • Human Resources
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Retail
  • General Management
  • Management and Leadership Rotational Career Programs

Minor in Sports Administration                                                                          Requirements:
ADM 205, 315, 335, 345
6 semester hours from:
ADM 355, 415, 421
ENG 320

Minor in Leadership                                                                                                Requirements:
ADM 305, 307, 308, 400, 405 
BUS 206, 308       

Organizational Leadership Faculty

Katrina L. Sweet, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Organizational Leadership Program Coordinator
Ph.D., Capella University
ksweet@ncwc.edu
252.985.5122

Organizational Leadership with Sports Administration Concentration Undergraduate Plan*

Fall Semester Credits
ENG 111 Writing I 3
EXS 100 Fitness & Wellness 2
BIO 101 Life Science 3
BIO 102 Life Science Lab 1
BUS 206 Principals of Management 3
Elective 3
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TOTAL HOURS: 15


Spring Semester Credits
ENG 112 Writing II 3
MAT 213 Elementary Statistics 3
BUS 207 Legal Environment 3
ADM 205 Introduction to Sports Administration 3
Elective 3
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TOTAL HOURS: 15

Fall Semester Credits
ENG Literature Requirement 3
CHM/ERS/PHY Science Requirement 3
CHM/ERS/PHY Lab Requirement 1
ADM 315 Ethics & Current Issues in Sport 3
Elective 3
Elective 2
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TOTAL HOURS: 15


Spring Semester Credits
Ethics Requirement 3
ECO/GEO/JUS Social Science Requirement 3
ADM 335 Organization & Administration of Sport 3
HIS/POL History/Political Requirement 3
Elective 3

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TOTAL HOURS: 15

Fall Semester Credits
BUS 308 Organizational Behavior 3
ART/ENT/MUS Fine Arts Requirement 3
BUS 319 Management Information Systems 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
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TOTAL HOURS: 15


Spring Semester Credits
BUS 314 Human Resources Management 3
ADM 345 Sport Facility & Event Management 3
REL 101 or 115 Religious Studies Requirement 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15

Fall Semester Credits
PSY/SOC Social Science Requirement 3
ADM 481 Senior Seminar in Organizational Administration 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15


Spring Semester Credits
ADM 421 Internship
International Studies Requirement 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15

Organizational Leadership with Healthcare Administration Concentration Undergraduate Plan*

Fall Semester Credits
ENG 111 Writing I 3
EXS 100 Fitness & Wellness 2
BIO 101 Life Science 3
BIO 102 Life Science Lab 1
BUS 206 Principals of Management 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15


Spring Semester Credits
ENG 112 Writing II 3
MAT 213 Elementary Statistics 3
BUS 207 Legal Environment 3
ADM 205 Introduction to Sports Administration 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15

Fall Semester Credits
ENG Literature Requirement 3
CHM/ERS/PHY Science Requirement 3
CHM/ERS/PHY Lab Requirement 1
ADM 315 Ethics & Current Issues in Sport 3
Elective 3
Elective 2
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15


Spring Semester Credits
Ethics Requirement 3
ECO/GEO/JUS Social Science Requirement 3
ADM 335 Organization & Administration of Sport 3
HIS/POL History/Political Requirement 3
Elective 3

_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15

Fall Semester Credits
BUS 308 Organizational Behavior 3
ART/ENT/MUS Fine Arts Requirement 3
BUS 319 Management Information Systems 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15


Spring Semester Credits
BUS 314 Human Resources Management 3
ADM 345 Sport Facility & Event Management 3
REL 101 or 115 Religious Studies Requirement 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15

Fall Semester Credits
PSY/SOC Social Science Requirement 3
ADM 481 Senior Seminar in Organizational Administration 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15


Spring Semester Credits
ADM 421 Internship
International Studies Requirement 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
_________________________________________
TOTAL HOURS: 15

* The four-year degree plan provided is just a guide and not an actual expectation of courses that students have to take during specific semesters. Each student may have a unique graduation plan based on transfer credit, courses offerings, course load taken, summer course options, intended career/graduate school plans, etc. An advisor will work one-on-one with students to customize a four-year degree plan during a student’s first semester if requested by the student.