Four -year Bachelor’s degree in Organization, Governance and Management
The Faculty of Arts & Science, Organization, Governance and Management program (FAS-OGM) is a four year full time Bachelor program that focuses on how society and its continuing transformation shapes and impacts organizations’ functioning, specifically within the local and global context. The OGM curriculum focuses on theories in the areas of Public Administration and Organizational Science. The merger between Public Administration and Organizational Science makes that the curriculum covers all organizations in the Aruban society; both in the public and private sector.
In order to best engage students and increase their learning experience, an interactive teaching approach is used in the OGM program. Among others, this is realized through student presentations, class group discussions, and group assignments. Students are continuously encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning, and the development of a professional attitude and leadership skills.
The OGM graduate can fulfill professional roles at an academic level, such as policy advisor, organizational advisor, manager, or researcher. As policy advisor the graduate is trained to give advice geared at organizational and societal issues, design and create solutions for existing and emerging problems. The graduate is also trained to design and create organizational possibilities that anticipate a changing society.
Admission requirements: VWO, HAVO, E.P.I. level 4, MBO level 4, Propaedeutic HBO, Colloquium Doctum, Bachelor degree in another field Additional requirements: S.A.T. score ≥ 1200 or ≥ 890 (2016 S.A.T.), T.O.E.F.L. score ≥ 550. Are you required to take the S.A.T. and T.O.E.F.L.? Find out
Cost of academic year: Awg. 2.500,- Cost of books: Awg. 2.000,- Class schedule: 2:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Essentials: Laptop/Tablet and the right attitude Start: End of August Registration: May 15 - July 15
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My name is Josefa Franca, I am a junior of the Organization Governance and Management program. I have an associates degree in Social Work, for this reason I believed OGM would consolidate my employee profile. The OGM program has helped me develop my skills on various fields. Most importantly it has changed my mindset to an analytic and solution-oriented person. In life one faces various obstacles, these skills are beneficial to be proactive and dynamic when facing these challenges.
“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination” – Jimmy DeanJosefa Franca, Faculty of Arts & Science, Organization, Governance and Management Student
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