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Leadership and Organizational Studies

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Employers today are looking for individuals who can step into leadership positions and quickly adapt to an ever changing work environment. The UW Oshkosh Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) degree programs are designed for adult learners who work in technical jobs and would like to move into advanced positions.

Students in the Leadership and Organizational Studies (LOS) program will advance their career potential by demonstrating effective management skills and capabilities through:

  • Leadership applications and best practices
  • Organizational theory
  • Strategic, tactical and operational planning and implementation
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Conflict resolution, negotiation and arbitration skills
  • Project management
  • Research and analysis

The LOS program builds on the applied skills gained through a technical college degree by adding a theoretical background, as well as communication and problem-solving skills. 

Credit Transfer

A block of 45 credits will be awarded to those with an approved technical degree, plus applicable general education courses.  Click here to view a list of approved technical degrees. Most students transfer approximately 60 credits to UW Oshkosh. Please contact an adviser to find out how to apply your credits to this program.

Areas of Emphasis

Students can declare their degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies or may have the ability to choose from one of the following emphases:

Online Program Delivery

The Leadership and Organizational Studies program at UW Oshkosh is offered completely online. 

Online delivery at UW Oshkosh combines the best of both worlds--students get the flexibility they need with the same academic quality of our on-campus programs. 

Courses are delivered through Desire 2 Learn (D2L). Students interact with their professors and classmates through online discussion, class lectures, and a drop box for assignments. In online courses there is no scheduled meeting time, but there are deadlines and due dates for projects, assignments and discussions. 

Students get a full orientation and introduction to online learning in D2L before class begins, and UW Oshkosh provides academic and technology resources for students, faculty and staff. 

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