"Two of my interests in school were Human Resources and Psychology so when I heard about the Organizational Behavior major, I knew it was the perfect program for me. The course line-up included a challenging mix of classes that was stimulating, interesting and applicable to multiple career fields. The faculty were wonderful and so engaging. The OB major has helped me in my career by making me an adept communicator who is better prepared to utilize conflict resolution concepts and team development principles if needed."
— Sara Flagstad, 2012
FAST FACTS: B.A. Organizational Behavior
*This tuition rate is in effect for the 2014-2015 academic year and is subject to change in subsequent years. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on each person's transfer credits and individualized program plan.
Business is, at its core, about interpersonal relationships. From negotiating a transaction to managing major initiatives, if the people aren't working well together, the business won't function well, either. Organizational behavior studies these relationships and teaches students how to make the most out of an organization.
The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Behavior is an inter-disciplinary study of the human aspects of management. This program is ideal for students interested in human resources, coaching/mentoring, managing training and development programs, and provides a strong foundation for graduate school.
The B.A. in Organizational Behavior program is offered online and in a blended online/on-campus format at the following statewide locations.