(PRWEB) January 31, 2014
Baccalaureate degree holders seeking additional leadership skills in organizational management now have an opportunity to continue their postgraduate education through ANU Online (http://www.an.edu/online/).
ANU now offers a master’s degree in organizational management that is designed to prepare students for leadership in a broad range of industries and organizations.
“Students in this program will gain a better understanding of organizational effectiveness and the roles of leadership,” said Keith Nordmann, executive director of online education. “They will also learn effective management techniques.”
Designed for people looking to advance their careers, this new e-learning program offers the same career-focused education with personal attention from faculty and staff that ANU students receive in the classroom.
“What sets us apart from other online colleges is our attention to students,” said Nordmann. “Each online class is limited to 25 students so that instructors have time to offer personalized attention throughout the course.”
Additional programs available through ANU Online include:
For more information about the Master of Science in Organizational Management, visit http://www.an.edu/online/programs/master-of-science-organizational-management/. For more information about ANU’s online degree programs, visit http://www.an.edu/online/ or contact Keith Nordmann at kjnordmann(at)an(dot)edu or 540-283-6641.
Founded in 1886, American National University and National College are dedicated to the training and education of men and women for a full life and a successful career in a number of fields in business, computers, and health care. ANU and National College offer more than 45 academic programs including a master of business administration, numerous degree and diploma programs, English as a Second Language, and corporate training. Serving 31 communities through campus locations in Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana, American National and National College currently serve approximately 7,000 students annually.