Ashford University's Organizational Management program examines the human side of managing organizations, skill development in communication, group behavior, decision-making, human resource management and ethics. One of the best things about Ashford University's Organizational Management program is the student's ability to customize their degree to fit their professional and educational goals. Students with a background and/or interest in History can transfer up to 12 credits of History coursework into their History concentration resulting in a dynamic degree comprised of complementing areas.
Students with a concentration in History will develop an understanding of world history, and an appreciation for human values and traditions as it relates to history. Students in this program will combine their History education with organizational skill development in communications, group behavior, decision making, human resource management and ethics, culminating in a well-rounded degree. In addition, Ashford University's transfer policy will allow you to transfer in your History credits no matter when you took them.
Applicants to this program must have a High school diploma or GED, be age 22 or older, have work experience, preferably full-time work experience and meet the writing proficiency standards of the College of External Studies.