Fort Valley State University Offering a New Degree Program in Organizational Leadership

fvsuFort Valley State University, the historically Black educational institution in Fort Valley, Georgia, has announced the establishment of a new online degree program in organizational leadership. The new program is designed to attract nontraditional students, veterans, and working adults. The bachelor’s degree program has been approved by the University System of Georgia’s board of regents.

Students in the new online degree program will study the practices, theories, and issues of leading an organization or business. Several concentrations will be offered including office administration & technology, health care administration, legal office administration, and public service administration & leadership.

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