Organizational Leadership and Communication Degree

For transfer and working adults

Earn your Bachelor of Science from Nebraska Wesleyan University and join the region’s only adult program in leadership and communication.

Nebraska Wesleyan’s unique program for current and aspiring business leaders will transform the way you look at corporate organizational culture, workplace communication strategies and the functions of great managers.

Put yourself in a position to lead.

Great leaders are strong communicators and gifted motivators. Nebraska Wesleyan will give you the skills you need in oral, written and interpersonal communication. You’ll explore theories, processes and variables that explain and predict communication behavior in complex organizations. From conflict resolution to group dynamics, our curriculum is designed to help you become a more powerful critical thinker and problem solver.

The difference is our faculty.

Our experienced professors give you insights on leadership, formal and informal communication strategies and diversity in the workplace. They do more than teach. They mentor and challenge you to bring out your best as a leader.

Choose from a variety of specializations.

  • Public relations
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management principles
  • Consumer behavior

We make it convenient.

Classes meet one or two nights a week in five- and eight-week sessions or on weekends. NWU offers a combination of face-to-face, online and hybrid class formats.

NWU puts you on the inside track for your Master of Business Administration. You can earn up to nine credit hours that apply to both your BS and your MBA.

Contact us today.

Get started today by submitting the request information form or applying for enrollment. Our friendly admissions staff will help set up a schedule that is just right for you.

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5000 Saint Paul Avenue
Lincoln, NE 68504
(402) 465-2329


14010 FNB Parkway, Suite 700
Omaha, NE 68154
(402) 827-3555

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