Bachelor’s/MS in Organizational Leadership: Robert Morris University Bachelor’s/MS in Organizational Leadership | Robert Morris University

Undergraduate

The integrated Bachelor’s/MS in Organizational Leadership program allows qualified students to earn rapidly both a bachelor’s degree and an MS in Organizational Leadership master degree program. The M.S. in Organizational Leadership degree focuses on organizations and the personnel who manage them, including communications, ethics, structure, change, leadership, legal issues, critical thinking and decision-making. Students are encouraged and, in fact, required to bring problems they are experiencing in the workplace to the classroom and use the knowledge and skills they have learned to create a workable and immediate solution. The skills embody interpersonal skills, conflict resolution, leadership, problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse environment.
  • Integrated Programs Application
  • 2.8 overall GPA, 3.0 major GPA
  • 87-108 earned credits
  • 1000 word essay detailing academic and professional goals
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • Resume
  • The program requires that students complete 15 credits to earn both the bachelor’s and master’s
  • Graduate courses are offered in 8 week accelerated sessions
  • Courses offered in hybrid format (2 hours per week in class + online)
  • Maintain RMU Merit Award for up to 10 semesters
  • Earn both bachelor’s and master’s in as little as 5 years
  • The Integrated Flat Rate tuition is just a little over $1200 more per year that the Traditional Flat Rate tuition. Traditional graduate students pay per credit, the flat rate option provides a large savings.
  • Scholarships are not awarded to traditional graduate students, as an Integrated student you will be eligible for your RMU Merit Award for up to 10 semesters.
  • Integrated students will forgo earning their bachelor’s degree until all necessary academic requirements at both the undergraduate and graduate level have been met
  • Students graduate one time with both degrees