Geneva College

 

 

Program Highlights

The structure and delivery of the curriculum for the M.S. in Organizational Leadership is based on an innovative model of adult education emphasizing the following components:

  • Two year accelerated program
  • Four-hour class sessions meeting one evening per week - a total of 80 sessions
  • An average of 15 adults per group or cohort who remain together and take the same classes in sequence for the entire program
  • A facilitative, interactive classroom learning environment, drawing on the experience and knowledge of students and emphasizing the field-application of leadership and organizational theory
  • Qualified, experienced, and caring faculty committed to supporting students towards the successful completion of the MSOL program. Seventy-five percent of faculty have earned doctorates.
  • Textbooks and instructional material delivered to the classroom
  • Only one registration, accepted by mail
  • Full-time student status allowing qualified students to apply for financial aid loan programs.
  • Several tuition/payment plans
  • Diverse student population
  • Graduation rate over 85%

 

Point of Excellence

Geneva students have the opportunity each summer to attend Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies to develop practical methods of caring for the environment.

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Upcoming Events
COMMUNITY
Red Cross presents Geneva the College of the Year Award
The campus community was honored for its support of the Red Cross Blood Program.
ATHLETICS
Super Fans bring back GT Victory Bell ring
The tradition was restored in honor of the volleyball win against Chatham.
ACADEMICS
Geneva leaps ahead in U.S. News 2015 Best College rankings
This year, Geneva climbs even higher in the Best Value, Best Regional College and Best Engineering lists.
STUDENT LIFE
Alexander Dining Hall completed
After a summer of renovation, the changes to Alexander Dining Hall are finished.
CAMPUSWIDE EVENTS
Academic Convocation officially opened the fall semester
First-year students were welcomed and faculty achievements were honored during the traditional ceremony.