Duquesne University School of Leadership and Professional Advancement

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The School of Leadership and Professional Advancement (SLPA) at Duquesne University offers a number of academic programs for adult students. The school values flexible scheduling, program choices, and student services. Courses are offered in Pittsburgh, and online as well as at Fort Indiantown Gap and the 171st Airlift Wing. SLPA is pleased to provide special tuition rates for eligible servicemembers and veterans.


The school offers a Master of Science in Leadership degree; students can pursue an optional concentration in Global Leadership, Sports Leadership, Community Leadership, Information Technology, Business Ethics, Professional Administration, or Liberal Studies. The school also offers an accelerated bachelor's degree program with a number of concentration areas including training and development, organizational leadership, behavioral science, and criminal justice and forensic science.


The dean of the school is Dorothy Bassett, Ph.D.


External links

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