Newman introduces new Master of Science in Education – Organizational Leadership degree

The Newman University Graduate Education department is excited to announce the addition of a new degree option for working adults. The degree, a Master of Science in Education – Organizational Leadership, will allow students to complete the program in less than two years.

The new Organizational Leadership program is designed for full-time, working adults and offers a flexible schedule similar to other Newman education degrees. The program, different from the Newman Master of Business Administration in Leadership, is designed to prepare students to be leaders who can inspire companies, organizations and teams to achieve and accomplish goals.

While the Organizational Leadership program is offered through the Education Department, no teaching license is required to participate. “This new program is for adult students ranging anywhere from business, healthcare, and military to athletics, non-profit, or education. Through relevant projects, students will learn to apply course material within their organizations to help others achieve their best results for the common good of their business – whatever that business is,” said Gina Marx, Ed.D., director of Graduate Education.

Newman University is offering a New Program Grant of 25 percent off of the entire Organizational Leadership program for all students who enter for the spring 2014 semester. The Newman Education Department will host an information session about the MSED in Organizational Leadership and all graduate education degree programs from 4 to 6 p.m. Jan. 8 in the Dugan Library and Campus Center on the Newman University campus. Information can also be found at www.newmanu.edu or by emailing Marx at marxg@newmanu.edu.

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