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Undergraduate Minor in
Organizational Leadership

Program Summary

Develop strong leadership skills and study leadership concepts and practices across a range of specialties. This minor can provide a valuable competitive advantage to those who wish to advance into management roles.
Costs and Financial Aid

18 Credits $620/$664 per credit

Costs and Financial Aid 

Effective managers and supervisors must have an understanding of the role of leadership as a means of influence and motivation in the modern organization.

Penn State's organizational leadership minor provides you with the opportunity to study a wide range of topics to complement your interests, background, and career aspirations. In learning about key leadership concepts and practices, you will be able to select from courses relating to business administration, communication arts and sciences, criminal justice, economics, history, labor studies and employment relations, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, and women's studies.

In this program, you will have the opportunity to study with highly regarded faculty from Penn State's College of the Liberal Arts, one of the premier institutions in the world to study and work in the liberal arts disciplines.

A minor in organizational leadership can benefit you if you envision being — or are currently — in a position of authority in an organization.

The minor is open to all interested undergraduate World Campus students who meet the prerequisites.