Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership and Learning
The set of questions and answers outlined below can help you learn more about our program, delivery method, application and admission process, financial aid options and how to succeed as an online student at UofL.
Can I enroll in the program if I still have General Education courses to complete?
Yes, as long as you have been admitted to the College of Education & Human Development and the Organizational Leadership and Learning degree program. The academic counselor will work with you to identify the necessary courses and options.
Will I pay UofL tuition for the credits I am awarded from my work experience and/or military/industry training?
No, you will earn those credits free of charge! In other words, by completing the ELFH 300 Prior Learning Assessment course (which is a 3-credit hour class at normal tuition cost), and submitting a completed portfolio in which you will document and validate your work experience (i.e., on-the-job training, professional development, etc.) and/or military and /or industry training; you will be credited (based upon Committee decision), at NO cost, up to 48 credit hours.
Is the 35 credit hour major concentration mandatory?
Yes. One of the requirements for graduation is satisfactory completion of the courses within the major concentration. Students admitted into this program, will receive a Program Sheet with the academic and exit requirements.
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership and Learning degree, can I pursue my master’s in another field?
Yes. For example, some graduates of the BSOLL undergraduate degree will continue their education and receive their Master of Science in English, Human Resources and Organizational Development, or any other field. The graduate program you are seeking will be the determining factor due to varied requirements.
For more information, please contact our Online Learning Enrollment Counselor at 800.871.8635 or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.