Southern New Hampshire University

2500 N River Rd 
Manchester NH 3106 

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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Organizational Leadership

Expand your management and leadership skills and prepare yourself for a variety of career options with a bachelor's degree in business administration from Southern New Hampshire University. Businesses of all sizes seek employees with business degrees for entry-level and mid-level management and supervisory positions.

Your SNHU business administration degree can lead to a world of career opportunities in today's dynamic business environment. Manage a retail store or a corporate office. Lead a nonprofit agency or a healthcare organization. Oversee a government agency or a manufacturing firm. Run your own company or a franchise. The possibilities are endless.

Organizational Leadership Concentration

Graduates of this program develop effective management tools for survival, growth, increased productivity and conflict management in the complex and volatile business environment of today and the future. The program incorporates a global perspective and emphasizes the development and understanding of leadership skills, group and intergroup dynamics, organizational structure, design, change, culture and power.

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