In accordance with the Point 2020 Strategic Plan, new online graduate level programs will be added to Point University’s academic offerings in 2018. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has approved the master of science in human resource management, graduate certificate in human resource management, the master of management, the master of public administration with a concentration in crisis management and the master of business administration in strategic management and leadership.
Additional online programs scheduled to launch in August of 2018 include the bachelor of business administration with a concentration in logistics management, the bachelor of science in entrepreneurship and the bachelor of science in youth and family studies. Point will also offer certification courses for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt to both degree seeking, and non-degree seeking students.
Dr. Chris Davis, vice president for the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, steered the efforts in designing the new programs, “We’re delighted to offer new programs for our growing student population. With an evolving professional environment, these programs will prepare students to succeed in high-demand careers.”
The new programs will be offered in a fully online format and provide a flexible, convenient education option for busy students. Point University currently enrolls students from 18 countries and 30 states in over 60 programs. For more information about Point University programs, on-campus or online, visit www.point.edu.
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