The purpose of the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in Human Relations is to train people to coordinate, facilitate, and implement integrated policies and procedures to help build successful businesses, associations, educational institutions and other organizations.
The employment outlook for professionals with an Organizational Leadership degree with a concentration in Human Relations includes jobs in the following fields:
- Human Resource Departments (private and public sectors)
- Government agencies (e.g. case managers, case workers, probation officers)
- Behavioral and Organizational Management
Principles of Interpersonal Communications
Principles of Human Relations Management
Building Relationships with External and Internal Publics
Conflict Management and Negotiation
Problems and Issues in Human Relations Management
APPLYING FOR THE PROGRAM
Online applications and information for Grambling State University are available at:
Grambling State University, located in Grambling, Louisiana, is a historically black College and University founded in 1901. The University has been accredited by 13 accrediting associations and holds accreditations in all programs required by the Louisiana Board of Regents. Grambling State University is a member of the University of Louisiana System.
Grambling State University combines the academic strengths of a major university with the benefits of a small college, a combination that enables our students to grow and learn in a serene and positive environment. We offer more than 800 courses and 68 degree programs in five colleges, including an honors college, two professional schools, a graduate school, and a Division of Continuing Education. National and local employers recruit graduates from Grambling's excellent nursing, computer science, teacher education, and other programs.
In addition to being one of the country's top producers of African American graduates and the top producer of Computer Information Science grads in Louisiana, Grambling is the home of the internationally renowned Tiger Marching Band and the "winningest" coach in college football, the legendary football coach Eddie Robinson, Sr., whose tenure is memorialized in a campus museum, funded and operated by the State of Louisiana. Steeped in history, with a longstanding tradition of excellence, Grambling State University continues to emphasize the value and importance of each student, exemplified by our motto: Where Everybody Is Somebody.
Grambling State University President Dr. Frank Pogue:
"We are happy to be a part of this nine-institution degree offering. We have a number of Gramblinites who, for a variety of reasons, have gone on with their lives without completing their degrees. This online program will offer our university family members, and others, a chance to get a college degree with limited investment and limited time and without the hassle of putting life aside to attend classes on campus. We are also pleased to provide a human resources emphasis as a part of this effort, especially because HR is an important area in corporate and non-profit management, and one in great need of more diversity."
For questions about admissions requirements and financial aid, contact:
Kenosha Hamilton, Enrollment Management
Admissions Transfer Analysts contact information:
Renata Lockhart-Goins, (Last name alphabets A-M)
Raquel Sinegal, (Last name alphabets N-Z)
Former GSU students transferring credits back to GSU, contact:
Carla Jackson, Registrar’s Office
For questions about the curriculum, contact:
Dr. Carl Wright, Dean, College of Business
Visit the Organizational Leadership home page at http://www.ulsystem.net/index.cfm?md= \pagebuilder &tmp=home&pid=320 to get additional information about the overall program, including cost, age/credit requirements, and length of term.
PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
- MINIMUM OF 25 YEARS OLD
Must be at least 25 years old in the year that you apply for admission.
- MINIMUM OF 60 COLLEGE CREDITS
College credits should consist of college-level work in any area. Please note that credit for remedial, developmental, and technical courses will not be accepted.
- COMPLETION OF GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Statewide general education requirements below.
- English, ENG 101 & 102
- Mathematics, MATH 147 & 148
- Physical Science, SCI 105, 106
- Biology, BIOL 103, 104
- Chemistry, CHEM 101
- History, HIST 101 & 104
- Foreign Language - 6 hours in one language
- Social Science, SOC 101
- Economics, ECON 201
- Fine and Performing Arts, ART 210
- Literature, ENG 200
- First-year Experience, FYE 101 & 102
- MEET TRANSFER and/or FORMER STUDENTS REQUIREMENTS
Must be in good academic standing by possessing a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or above for all college-level work. Cumulative GPA refers to the overall GPA, which includes dividing the number of quality points earned in all courses attempted by the total degree-credit hours in all courses attempted in which a grade of "A", "B", "C", "D", "F" or "WF" has been received.
DIRECT LINK FOR TRANSFER STUDENT REQUIREMENTS
- DIRECT LINK FOR FORMER GSU STUDENT REQUIREMENTS
OPTIONS FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT MEET ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
If you do not have enough applicable credit hours to meet admission requirements you may want to consider enrolling in distance learning courses. Several University of Louisiana System institutions offer distance learning courses via compressed video, audio, and/or Internet. To access course listings please utilize the links below.
Grambling State University
Louisiana Tech University
McNeese State University
Nicholls State University
Northwestern State University
Southeastern Louisiana University
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
University of Louisiana at Monroe
University of New Orleans
If you meet the admission requirements, below are the steps to take to apply for admission.
- Step 1: Apply for Admission
- Submit online application @ https://bappas2.gram.edu:9000/pls/gram/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon.
- Pay $20 application fee
- Step 2: Submit TB survey & proof of immunization
- Forms can be retrieved from http://www.gram.edu/life/student%20life/services/health%20center/forms.php .
- You may request an exemption from the Health Center because you will not be attending classes on campus.
- Step 3: Send college transcripts
- Student must request official transcripts from all other institutions attended. Official transcript request form can be found at http://www.gram.edu/admissions/docs/.
- Transcripts should be mailed to admissions office.