Be ready to create and manage performance-based organizations

Bachelor of Science - Leadership and Organizational Performance (120 credits)

Uniquely blending project management, operations, quality management, supply chain, and contract negotiation, acquire the tools and experience necessary to measure and implement change.  Your degree is an investment not only for tomorrow’s business challenges but also for those well into the future. This program readies you to excel in the new economy, where results count.   

Built from a solid foundation of key business, we have created a degree that meshes key areas that will resound clearly to employers and provide you with a payoff as an entrepreneur. Demonstrate that you have the ability to contribute to a start-up or innovation-minded organization. The Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Organizational Performance provides you with essential knowledge and demonstrable skills to think strategically about organizational positioning and success strategies in today’s market to get things done. You will work hard to earn this challenging degree and the highly marketable skills that go along with it.  

The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership and Performance can be completed in-seat or online.

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Why Davenport University?

  • Be a Leader of Change: With a focus on design thinking and strategic implementation, this program provides the tools necessary to create and manage change in organizations.
  • Recognize and Promote Quality: Industries grow and change but survive only if there is an understanding of how to apply data analytics to operations. Be a player armed with the realistic, quantitative skills necessary to enter, advance and lead. 
  • Deal Yourself In: Smart contract development, sharp negotiation skills and an understanding of product liability and intellectual property makes the difference between working for a living and success.   
  • Get things done: With a hefty emphasis on tools and techniques needed to effectively manage projects, source materials and talent, develop the skills to effectively establish goals, manage expectations and lead professional teams. 

Some programs require a student to complete a portion of their degree plan off-campus. 
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