Scott Brown explains why he chose PBA Orlando to pursue his Master of Leadership degree, and discusses his experience in the program.
Want to study online?
An online version of the
M.S. in Leadership is available.
Palm Beach Atlantic’s Master of Science in Leadership program prepares you to transform organizations and foster agents of change to meet the demands of today’s fast paced world. At PBA you will learn how to integrate the Christian faith and learning into understanding organizational culture and leadership. If you have what it takes to be an effective leader, and are motivated to earn a master’s degree in leadership that is not just centered on theory, but also on the professional practice of leadership, then apply today!
PBA understands you have a full life already. That is why we have created an accelerated program, one in which you can earn your degree in as little as 20 months. We offer flexible class schedules, including evening classes from 6 to 10 p.m. You may attend one night per week for eight weeks. For your convenience, classes are offered at our main campus in West Palm Beach, Wellington campus, and Orlando campus.
Learn more about the M.S in Leadership coursework in our online catalog:
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New students are admitted to the program for the fall and spring semesters. You’ll go through your program with a cohort, a consistent group of students who, like you, bring their distinctive life experiences to the classroom.
With a master’s degree in leadership from PBA, you’ll gain the knowledge, understanding and practical skills you’ll need to be a truly effective leader.
You’ll benefit from a program that emphasizes:
Your professors are accomplished professionals who bring real-world experience to the classroom.
Through your master’s program, you’ll develop into a leader who can help develop leadership skills in others. You’ll learn to build strong relationships rooted in mutual trust.
Because PBA is Florida’s top Christian college, your faith will be central to your learning — and to your life.