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Four-year Iowa College Announces Historic First with Graduate Program in Organizational Leadership
Forest City, IA (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
In a historic announcement today, Waldorf College President Bob Alsop unveiled the launch of the school's first masters degree program.
The 36-hour organizational leadership online degree program will teach students how to understand their talents and opportunities for leadership as they build skills in ethics, strategic management, leadership theory and practice and more.
The Master of Arts Degree in Organizational Leadership was carefully designed to meet the needs of our students as well as the needs of business and industry. I am very proud of this program and know it will serve our students well," said Alsop, adding that the program is now open for enrollment.
The masters degree program in organizational leadership also features concentrations in:
These concentrations are designed to develop students leadership skills in the areas listed while equipping them with knowledge to craft organizational change, development and innovations.
In a time where masters degrees are almost required in the process of occupational advancement, we think our students will very much benefit from having such a degree especially from an institution with Waldorf's long history and tradition of providing quality education, added Alsop.
To learn more about this new masters degree program at Waldorf, visit http://www.Waldorf.edu/ma-org-leadership.
Based in Forest City, Iowa, Waldorf is a liberal arts institution that offers regionally accredited residential and online degrees that address popular career skills such as organizational leadership, criminal justice, fire science, communications, management, human resource management and more.
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