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Organizational Leadership and Technical Management


Organizational Leadership and Technical Management: Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS-OLTM)

The BAS-OLTM is a career-focused, applied science degree to prepare graduates for positions in leadership, management, and supervisory roles in private, public, and nonprofit organizations. The program is designed for working adults with a range of professional technical associate degrees and a diverse set of work experiences and professional goals. LCC's program will help students gain the skills and knowledge needed to effectively lead and manage others through the study of behavioral and leadership theory, professional communications, project management, workplace and environmental safety, conflict resolution, theories of decision making, change management, ethics, and diversity.

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Applications due June 30, 2021

Upon completion of this program, students will have demonstrated the ability to apply their skills and knowledge in the following ways:

  1. Produce oral and written communications in appropriate business conventions.
  2. Examine data to design solutions to a problem.
  3. Collaborate effectively with others within the context of a work environment.
  4. Construct a philosophy of leadership to guide action.
  5. Analyze strategies to effectively lead others to achieve a common goal.
  6. Evaluate the moral implications of workplace dilemmas utilizing ethical reasoning.
  7. Examine the significance of diversity and cultural awareness within the context of management and supervision.
  8. Analyze strategies and methods to facilitate improvements to organizational capacity and function.
  9. Implement effective organizational leadership strategies to supervise others.
  10. Research strategies for effective professional growth and continuous improvement.

An associate degree or 90 college level credits from an institutionally accredited institution with an overall 2.5 GPA and the following courses: 

  • English& 101
  • MATH& 107 (or a college-level math course for which intermediate algebra is a prerequisite)
  • CS 110 or equivalent(BTEC 104, BTEC 131, or proficiency test) 
  • Human Relations Course (one of the listed courses from the LCC Human Relations Distribution list
    • PSYC& 100 General Psychology or
    • ANTH& 206 Cultural Anthropology or
    • PSYC 204 Applied Psychology or
    • PSYC 214 Psychology of Adjustment or
    • SOC& 101 Introduction to Sociology

In addition to completing an AAS degree or higher or 90 credits from a regionally accredited institution, the listed courses must be completed with a C or better prior to graduation:

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED (upper and lower division) 180
Course  Credits
ENGL& 101- English Composition 5
CMST 330-Professional/Organizational Communications 5
MATH& 107 (or a College-level math course for which intermediate algebra is a prerequisite 5
HUM 315 Ethics 5
OLTM 440- Ethics & Leadership 5
Humanities course from the LCC humanities distribution list 5
ENVS 440- Environmental 5
Natural Science Lab Course 5
OLTM 300 Foundations of Leadership 5
PSYC 320-Leadership and Organizational Psychology 5
OLTM 445- Global Systems and Change Management 5
OLTM 310 Foundations of Leadership 5
OLTM 330-Entrepreneurship 5
CS 110 or equivalent (BTEC 104, BTEC 131, or proficiency test) 5
OLTM 320 Workplace and Environmental Safety 5
OLTM 325 Transformative Leadership & Decision Making 5
OLTM 329 Foundations of Business Practices & Emerging Technologies 5
OLTM 335 Developing and Leading High-performance Teams 5
OLTM 449 Financial Management 5
OLTM 450 Negotiations, Mediation and Conflict Resolutions 5
OLTM 455 Advanced Project Management 5
OLTM 460 Coaching & Mentoring 5
OLTM 465 Current Issues in Human Resource management 5
OTLM 495 Capstone 5

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  Ann Williamson / BAS-TE Faculty Manager


  Dana Cummings / Faculty Advisor


  Tamra Gilchrist / Dean of Instruction, BAS-TE & BAS-OLTM


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