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Organizational Leadership Program
  • Why Organizational Leadership?

    The organizational leadership program offered at Capital University integrates knowledge and research from coursework in business, social science, applied research and general education . Its goal is to educate public safety employees for lives of reflective service, ethical leadership and social change. 

    Earn College Credit for Public Safety Training

    An interdisciplinary major allows students to personalize the content of their major by integrating on-the-job training, certification and previous coursework in organizational leadership.


     Capital’s program meets the needs of public safety employees by providing:

    • Personalized academic advising that helps you make the most of your academic opportunities
    • Experiential learning assessment that allows you to apply your college-level learning and certificates toward your degree
    • Liberal transfer policies that allow you to make the most of your college credits
    • Experienced professors


    The Organizational Leadership concentration in the Interdisciplinary Studies major is designed to be part of a bachelor’s degree completion program. The goal is to prepare public safety professionals for roles as organizational leaders through a curriculum that combines experiential learning, certificates and coursework in business, social science, applied research and general education. All Bachelor of Arts degrees from Capital have at least 124 credits with courses in three areas: the major, general education and electives.

    Admission Requirements

    To be admitted, a prospective student is required to:


    • Have 30 hours of transferable semester credit or 45 quarter credit hours with a 2.5 g.p.a. or above. (Certificates and significant work experience will be considered in lieu of college credit.)
    • Demonstrate a commitment to higher education, the ability to work independently, and the necessary skills for academic success.