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Creating Leaders
for the 21st Century

Business & Organizational Leadership

The Business and Organizational Leadership Program takes a multidisciplinary approach designed to produce leaders in the diverse world of business.

Brevard’s comprehensive program combines a knowledge base in management, accounting, and marketing theory with an experiential component that develops initiative, communication ability, and problem-solving skills. Graduates emerge with a full spectrum of tools to take on the modern business world.

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Related Programs:

  • Leadership Theory & Practice

  • Gender Studies & Leadership

  • Social Science

What you’ll experience in the BORG program:

  • You’ll become a leader in business. You’ll learn to achieve results while meeting your individual potential as a future business leader.
  • You’ll learn by doing. You’ll work one-on-one with experienced professors in small classrooms while you build a strong foundation in management, accounting, and marketing theory. You’ll learn how to apply knowledge to real life situations through case studies, service projects, internships, and consultation with local businesses.
  • You’ll gain marketable skills. You’ll graduate from Brevard College with a degree and an experiential resume full of business plans, marketing plans, internships, and real-world projects you’ve completed.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations:

You’ll earn a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business and Organizational Leadership. Minors in Business and Organizational Leadership and Leadership Theory & Practice are also available.

Career Opportunities:

Graduates from the Business and Organizational Leadership program become:

  • Financial Planners
  • Business Owners
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Leadership & Managers
  • Marketing Directors
  • Operations Managers
  • Graduate students

 

15

Average
Class Size

11:1

Student to Faculty Ratio