A degree in Organizational Leadership is not only a valuable choice, but usually a necessary first step for undergrads planning to begin a career as a corporate consultant, an organizational executive, or a team building coach. Interestingly, organizational leadership is a fairly common choice coming in at the 91st most popular major. Last year, there were 4,401 organizational leadership degrees conferred. In-state tuition for organizational leadership at private universities is, on average, 3.6 times more pricey than their public rivals.
There are 189 institutions that offer organizational leadership. 189 universities is on par with other degrees offered in the United States. If you are hoping to surround yourself with other organizational leadership majors, look at institutions in California which have the most students admitted to organizational leadership annually. More generally, the top region to major in organizational leadership is in the Southeast region with North Carolina Wesleyan College, University of Charleston, and Bethel University best representing the region. Interestingly, our selection of the best conference to study organizational leadership is the Pacific-12 Conference with Arizona State University-Polytechnic representing the conference. Based on our comprehensive list on the best colleges, our choice for the best school for organizational leadership is Johns Hopkins University.
The objectively 'best' school does not have to be the best school for every student. There are tons of facets to weigh when selecting institution. Things such as campus amenities, transportation services, and food would modify one's decision on where to go to college. At Authority, we have examined the pros and cons for you. If, as an example, you are interested in which organizational leadership university boasts the best campus, the answer is Syracuse University. If, for example, you are primarily interested in which university is home to the top campus, then we have a whole list dedicated to that. We have carefully pored through government databases, professor reviews, student reviews, and more so we can evaluate every major in an unbiased and informative way. You can explore our well researched list for the schools with the best student life here and our choice of the university with the best student life for organizational leadership is Johns Hopkins University. Curious why? Keep reading to find out more about Authority's top selections. Many of our picks just might surprise you.
If cost is a primary factor in your decisions, you might be cautious about Johns Hopkins University. Johns Hopkins University is our most expensive college for organizational leadership, at least for out of state enrollment. That being said, we have a page for the most expensive universities that could put the price tag at Johns Hopkins University into perspective. For more context, you may want to know that organizational leadership is the 191st most expensive major in the nation, with an average cost of $30,600. On a broader scale, the most costly state for organizational leadership on our list is Maryland demonstrated by a cost of $55,350 at the main college in the state Johns Hopkins University. To zoom out even further, the most costly region for organizational leadership is the Mid East region which is best demonstrated with Johns Hopkins University with a cost of $55,350, Fordham University with a cost of $52,980, and Villanova University with a cost of $54,550.
Our cheapest region for organizational leadership is the Rocky Mountains region which is represented by Colorado Mountain College with a cost of $10,872. In better news, the most affordable college for organizational leadership is Los Angeles Pacific University. Authority.org's comprehensive list of the most affordable colleges can be found here.
In-state attendees can anticipate paying about $8,200 for a degree in organizational leadership. That cost grows significantly to an average of $19,200 for an out-of-state public-school student. Our selection for the college with the best value for organizational leadership: Johns Hopkins University. Through this link you will find our comprehensive list on the universities we believe to be the best value in general. That being said, this idea is predicated on the assumption that you are an out-of-state student. The value proposition changes when it comes to in-state tuition, as such, we are using out-of-state tuition as the baseline.
Earnings for organizational leadership majors can differ, but within two-years of finishing the degree students will often earn around $57,000. There can be a lot of variation in earnings potential; top earners can enjoy pay up to $120,200. Straight out of university, the minimum earning positions within the organizational leadership field make $27,000, which is an alright wage. The highest earning grads from organizational leadership graduated from Villanova University and if you want to find the universities with all of the highest earning graduates, Authority has that too.
The overall diversity of organizational leadership stands decent, coming in the 54th percentile of all majors. The university with the most composite diversity for organizational leadership is Seattle University and here you can find our comprehensive list of the schools with the most diversity. The overall financial diversity of the Organizational Leadership major ranks only within the 39th percentile compared to all other majors. Racial diversity is actually greater, ranking in the 44th percentile. White students compose the largest proportion at 64% of those majoring in organizational leadership. Additionally, 50% of students seeking an organizational leadership degree are women.
The median ranking of organizational leadership professors is 4.2 stars, which is 5% better than the median across every major; which is a good ranking. If you are searching for the most popular organizational leadership instructor in the nation, take a look at Jennifer Chandler from Arizona State University-Tempe. It may surprise you, but the top ranked organizational leadership instructors according to students are found at Christopher Newport University. As we consider data beyond basic rankings it becomes clear that the school with the overall best professors for organizational leadership is Johns Hopkins University. You can find more detail on our evolving ranking methodology for the best overall professors here, as well as many of the best examples of professors in the country.
Finally, the most difficult university to get into for organizational leadership is Johns Hopkins University. While we are unsure why you would be interested, we have a detailed page for the hardest colleges to get into. Although, here at Authority we do hope you understand that approaching university with context primarily built on superlatives could cause problems. We encourage you to read our other pages on individual colleges and explore a couple of our background pages on important things to think about as your college search develops.