Business Leadership and Management:
Whether you already have some college credits or are new to the college experience, the Business Leadership and Management (BLM) Program provides a pathway for completing a certificate or bachelorís degree. Divided into four, one-semester modules, this program blends theory and practical application in a way seldom found in an undergraduate curriculum. Whether you are working, raising a family, caring for parents and/or actively involved in the community, this hybrid program is 70% face-to-face and 30% on-line. The BLM program is designed especially for the 21st Century woman who must constantly balance the demands of a busy life.
Master of Arts in Teaching:
Designed for those who have bachelorís degrees in fields other than education Ė but would like to enter the teaching profession -- this delivery system will provide concentrated course work on Saturdays for 12-16 months, plus a minimum of 16 weeks of student teaching. Some courses will be delivered online. Graduates take a giant leap forward by entering the field with a masterís degree. There is an August and January start time.
Master of Science in Organizational Leadership:
Working women can earn a graduate degree in 16 months. This accelerated program blends an understanding of business functions and strategic thinking with the leadership process. Leadership skills are developed by enhancing participants' self-awareness and self-confidence through experiential learning in simulated leadership and teamwork situations. Classes meet on Saturdays in six 8-week modules. One cohort group starts classes together in the fall.
Post-Baccalaureate Paralegal Certificate:
A Post-baccalaureate Certificate can be completed in just one year. Classes meet every other weekend to accommodate busy schedules.