Master of Professional Studies
What defines a good leader? What can you do to transform yourself into the most effective leader possible? Central Penn College’s Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Organizational Leadership will help you answer those very questions and prepare you to be an efficient, influential leader.
Students can choose from one of our two career-focused concentrations of study. Organizational development students will learn and understand organizational dynamics and culture to practice effective, strategic leadership. Our information systems management concentration is designed to enable information technology professionals to advance to management roles in the industry.
No matter which concentration you select, the MPS degree is designed to enhance career opportunities, and increase critical thinking, leadership and ethical skills.
Central Penn’s accelerated 11-week terms allow you to advance your career faster. In as little as six consecutive terms, or one and a half years, you can earn your MPS degree and be on your way to advancing your career. Our blended classroom program format consists of 2 ½ hours of in-person instruction at our Summerdale campus and 1 ½ hours of hands-on coursework each week. Begining in October 2014, students can study the organizational development concentration through convenient online courses.
Scheduled on a cohort basis, the organizational leadership concentration begins in October, January, April and July, and the information systems management concentration begins in January.
Want to learn more about how you can advance your career with a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Central Penn College? Fill out the request information form to the right – you’ll hear from us soon!
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Earn your MPS degree faster
Our year-round 11-week terms mean you will be earning your master’s degree even faster, in as little as six consecutive terms, or one and a half years.