Online Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership and Learning
The bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership and Learning (BSOLL) is an ideal way for adults with extensive work experience to complete a highly-versatile bachelor’s degree and propel their career forward.
UofL's online Organizational Leadership and Learning bachelor's degree is a highly-versatile and skills-driven online degree completion program, designed to equip you with the knowledge required for career advancement or a possible career change. Become an even more valuable member of any company or organization today. Earn college credit for work experience through the program's
Prior Learning Assessment
component and finish your bachelor's online with this renowned degree completer program.
The online organizational leadership and learning program is offered through the College of Education & Human Development at the University of Louisville.
Note: We admit students on a rolling basis. The preferred deadlines help you complete the application process on time, be notified of acceptance and enroll before the term begins. We review applications as they become complete, and admit students for a specific term up to the day classes start. We recommend you work on and submit your complete application well in advance of the preferred deadline, as obtaining transcripts and other materials may take more time.
Applicants applying for admission to Organizational Leadership and Learning must meet the following criteria, in addition to the admission standards listed above.
Prior extensive and documented work experience, or equivalent experiences as determined by the program faculty, or technical coursework in a training area or occupation is required.
For the BS in Organizational Leadership and Learning with a track in Career and Technical Education, the applicant must be a certified vocational teacher. A minimum of 2,000 hours of supervised work experience in the occupation to be taught is required.
This flagship track helps students develop skills in leadership and knowledge for improving organizational and employee effectiveness related to productivity, workplace learning, work satisfaction, performance, morale and/or quality of work life.
You will be required to complete a field project at the end of the program. The project may be conducted in your place of employment, with an approved on-site supervisor.
Career and Technical Education
This track is designed specifically for occupation-based career and technical education instructors in Kentucky technical centers or secondary schools who want to pursue a change in rank. Courses focus on teaching career and technical education, evaluation, instruction, and classroom management skills. Graduates receive a Rank I from the Kentucky Educational Professional Standards Board by completing the CA-1 form.
Qualifying individuals have been accepted to the New Teacher Institute program through the Kentucky Department of Education Office of Career and Technical Education.
The BSOLL Career and Technical Education Grades 5-12 Rank Change program requires completion of the NTI induction program, as well as up to 24 hours of the degree core courses, for a total of 120 hours with an overall grade point average of 2.25 and a grade point average of 2.5 and a C or better earned in all major courses.
If this education opportunity matches your needs and goals, contact us today and we’ll help you get started on the path to success!
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 LEAD 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 major track mandatory?
Yes. One of the requirements for graduation is satisfactory completion of the courses within the major track. Admitted students will receive a program sheet that outlines 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. Some graduates of the BSOLL degree continue their education and receive their Master's in Human Resources and Organizational Development, Communications and many other fields. 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.