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Organizational Leadership

ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP

The Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership is designed for individuals seeking to grow as leaders and further develop their leadership skills. With two tracks from which to choose – the Organizational Leadership track or Church Revitalization track – this degree is a versatile alternative to the traditional MBA that focuses on developing leadership skills, leading with Christian values and ethics, team building, conflict resolution, strategic thinking, organizational effectiveness, leading change, and much more.

 

Whether as an employee in a public organization or a leader of a ministry or non-profit organization, the Organizational Leadership program at the University of Valley Forge will provide students with the necessary tools to effectively lead organizations and meet the challenges leaders face from a biblical perspective.

 

All courses in the program are 7 weeks in length. The degree can be completed in as few as 18 months.

Dr. Gearhart

Through a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership, you will:

  • Acquire the skills necessary to effectively lead organizations
  • Understand the dynamics of global and multi-cultural environments
  • Learn about organizational behavior
  • Develop strategic plans through implementation

  • Prepare budgets and financial planning
  • Learn about financial management and risk management for organizational decision-making
  • Demonstrate effective use of technology and processes for feedback and implementation

To be eligible for acceptance into the program, you must:

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale
  • Submit a letter of reference from your organization endorsing your participation in the program, or from a recent professor

  • Submit official undergraduate and graduate transcripts. Send official transcripts of credits earned at all institutions of higher education. This program will accept up to six transfer credits of graduate education, depending on applicability