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Careers in Organizational Leadership

Qualify for Jobs in Management

6-Week Courses

Advanced Leadership Training

The only constant in the world of work is change. Your online leadership and organizational studies degree empowers you to manage it — a top skill that helps you earn, on average, a salary of $99,000 a year.1 With your BA in Leadership and Organizational Studies from TAWC, you can make a positive impact in your company, community, and home.

Why Choose Us?

As a part of the curriculum, you’ll complete the We Empower Learners and Leaders (WELL) program, found only at Bay Path. Over three courses, you’ll develop your leadership style and gain leadership experience to stand out for the role you want. Additionally, you can earn industry-recognized certifications for Google Project Management, Google Data Analytics, and Meta Social Media Marketing Professional through elective courses.

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Job Titles and Salaries Related to an Organizational Leadership Degree

Human Resources Manager2 $126,230 per year

Marketing Manager3 $135,030 per year

Operations Manager4 $115,250 per year

Public Relations and Fundraising Manager2 $119,860 per year

Sales Manager2 $127,490 per year

Training and Development Manager2 $120,130 per year

Professionals with a Bachelor’s Degree Have More Job Opportunities and Earn a Higher Salary

In 2022, Cengage reported that 62% of employers demanded a degree for entry-level roles, and an even higher rate of graduates — 67% — said the jobs they applied to required a degree.5 On average, bachelor’s degree holders earn $800,000 more in a lifetime6 and experience higher employment rates7 than those with just an associate degree.

By Graduation, You’ll Have Skills to:

Skills You’ll Gain

  • Change agent competencies in systems thinking, analytic data collection and research, consultation skills, and strategic planning
  • Qualitative and quantitative analyses
  • Decision-making
  • Group dynamics
  • Management
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Ethics
  • Conflict resolution
  • Project management

Enjoy Lifelong Dedication to Your Career Success

You can always find the support you need to take the next step in your career whenever you need it. The Sullivan Career and Life Planning Center is here to help you from the day you enroll to the day you retire.

Chart Your Path

Work one-on-one with a member of the career success team to explore majors and careers and learn how to land mentoring opportunities.

Use Career-Enhancing Technologies

Connect to Handshake for online access to jobs and internships and to Standout, a video platform, to prepare for interviews.

Get Career Coaching

Work with your career coach on job search strategies, resume and cover letter writing, interview practice, and salary negotiation.

Get Connected

TAWC facilitates networking opportunities between students and their peers, professors, professionals, and alumni.


  1. Payscale. “Salary for Skill: Change Management.” Retrieved from
  2. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Occupational Outlook Handbook. “Management Occupations.” Retrieved from
  3. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Occupational Outlook Handbook. “Advertising, Promotions, and Marketing Managers.” Retrieved from
  4. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics. “11-1021 General and Operations Managers.” Retrieved from
  5. Cengage Group. Cengage Group’s Employability Report. Retrieved from
  6. Forbes. “New Study: College Degree Carries Big Earnings Premium, But Other Factors Matter Too.” Retrieved from
  7. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Career Outlook. “Education Pays, 2021.” Retrieved from
  8. Indeed. “What Manager Qualification Do You Need?” Retrieved from