Organizational Leadership & Regional Commerce Degree

Organizational Leadership & Regional Commerce

Organizational Leadership Degree

Real-World Leadership Skills

Earn a future-focused, career-ready organizational leadership and regional commerce degree.

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Business leadership and managerial job openings will grow by nearly one million by 2030. The median annual salary for management occupations was $102,450 in May 2021, the highest wage of all the major occupational groups.1

Employers want tech-savvy staff who understand leadership fundamentals and business management. The Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Leadership and Regional Commerce equips you with these valuable, highly marketable skills.

"Real-World Ready" means you'll graduate ready to do a job because you've already done it in your classes. You'll be prepared to jump into virtually any industry and succeed.

Whether your goal is to start your own business, lead at the corporate level, create change through a non-profit, or further your career in the military, the Organizational Leadership and Regional Commerce program will help you get there.

 

When you apply for our organizational leadership degree or regional commerce degree at the College of Applied Science & Technology, you join the University of Arizona, a top 50 public university with the nation's #7 online bachelor's degree.

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Emphasis Areas

Faculty

Brandy (Brown) Perkl, PhD

Associate Professor of Practice, Mentoring Trainer & Consultant Co-PI (AWARDSS Program)

Romi Wittman, BS, MBA

Program Director, Organizational Leadership & Regional Commerce Associate Professor of Practice

1 "Management Occupations," Occupational Outlook Handbook, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.