There's an app for that . . .
If you’re looking for a master’s degree program that you can take online, there’s an app for that. It’s Neumann University.
And you can complete the program in just 18 months.
Our master’s degree in Organizational and Strategic Leadership is an accelerated program, available either in class or online. It prepares you to apply practical leadership techniques to both corporations and non-profit organizations. You’ll learn to identify your own leadership qualities, articulate a leadership philosophy, and apply pragmatic leadership theories to professional situations.
The format of eight-week courses (each worth four credits) allows you to focus – one at a time – on specific topics such as change management, strategic planning, social responsibility, fiscal planning, and knowledge management.
This program prepares people to assume leadership roles in any professional or community-service environment. Graduates of this program will be aware of techniques through which they can lead others effectively in decision-making, team-building and strategic planning.
Bachelor’s Degrees Online, Too
Our undergraduate degree programs for adults are available in a classroom setting, completely online, or as a mix of online and classroom instruction. The B.S. in Professional Studies is a business-oriented degree, with eight-week courses on weeknights. These hybrid courses (a classroom-online mix) let you take 3, 6, 9 or even 12 credits per semester. This program is for those who already have at least one year (30 credits) of college credit.
Other undergraduate options for adults are degrees in Behavioral Science, Liberal Studies or Organizational Leadership with semester-long courses (worth six credits each) taken either in class or online. These programs are designed for adults who are at least 21 years old and requires no previous college credit. You can bring as many as 90 transfer credits into these undergraduate programs, and may even earn credit for life experience.
For more information about our graduate and adult bachelor’s degrees, call 610-361-5208.
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