Leadership & Organizational Management Graduation Requirements

To graduate from Eastern Mennonite University with a degree in Leadership & Organizational Management (LOM), you must meet general education requirements, requirements for your major, and EMU requirements.

General Education Requirements

Communications: two courses

  1. Writing: college-level writing, including a research paper
  2. Speech: learning and practicing a variety of speech forms

Cross-Cultural Studies: one course

Courses which satisfy this requirement include foreign language study, non-Western history or literature, cultural anthropology or geography, and courses which analyze issues such as discrimination and social problems within the United States.

Humanities: three courses

  1. History/Literature
  2. Fine Arts
  3. Social/Behavioral Science

Mathematics: one course

Introductory statistics course with a grade of “C+” or better.

Science: one course

Must be a natural science from a discipline such as astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, oceanography, and/or physics (computer science courses are not applicable toward the natural science requirement.) A lab section is not required.

Requirements for Major

You must successfully complete the curriculum for the LOM major – 38 semester hours.

EMU Requirements

  1. You must successfully complete 124 semester hours.
  2. You must enter the Adult Degree Completion Program with a 2.0 cumulative grade point average and maintain a GPA of 2.0 (“C”).

Individualized Academic Plan

You must transfer a minimum of 60 semester hours of credit from accredited community colleges or four-year institutions. Thirty-eight credits are earned through EMU’s program. You must complete 124 semester hours of credit, including general education requirements, to graduate. Your assessment counselor works with you to develop an individualized academic plan.

This plan considers the number of credits and types of courses you transferred into the program, your educational interests and goals, and events from which you have experienced college-level learning. A portfolio which documents professional schools and training in addition to life learning experiences may be submitted to EMU faculty for evaluation and awarding of credit.

Some students choose to take additional course work. Courses may be taken at EMU or other educational institutions. Telecourses and independent study courses or correspondence courses may be transferred, if you received prior approval for the course. College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) or DSST (formerly Defense Activity for Nontraditional Students [DANTES]) testing is also an alternative to obtain credit.

Eastern Mennonite University reserves the right to change this program without prior notice in accordance with established procedures. This informational web page is descriptive and is not construed as a legal contract.


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