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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Applied Organizational Studies

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Department Applied Organizational Studies
College Social & Behavioral Sciences
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Undergraduate Degree Type(s) BS
Program Description

The B.S. in Applied Organizational (AOS) Studies is a degree completion program designed primarily for working adults that will provide them the qualifications needed to advance in their careers or to change professions. It provides students with education in communication, in critical analysis, and in organizational leadership. These are skills that have been repeatedly identified as highly important in contemporary society and a shifting economy. This degree is designed for individuals who want to develop knowledge and skills that will allow them to serve and contribute to transforming the organizations of which they are a part, be it their community, church, work, nonprofit or voluntary organization, city, or state. The program’s design assumes that students have completed Minnesota’s general education Transfer Curriculum and at least 60 credits of coursework. It also assumes that students will meet Minnesota State Mankato’s undergraduate graduation requirements.

Admission Requirements


Other Requirements  Completion of Minnesota Transfer Curriculum and completion of AOS 301.
Academic Bulletin A full description of the program including class listings and class descriptions are listed in the Academic Bulletin.
Program Contact Information

Sociology & Corrections Department
Dr. Christine Mollenkopf-Pigsley
Minnesota State University, Mankato
113 Armstrong Hall
Mankato, MN 56001
Phone: 612-709-9164 or 507-389-1563

College Advising University of Extended Education
Sara Leigh, Student Relations Coordinator
Normandale Community College in the Partners Center
Phone: 952-412-1755

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