“My master's degree in leadership has helped me in my career to be more understanding of those I work with; finding solutions to problems, and providing quality leadership among my peers and superiors.”
"At age 45, I began college. At age 50, I received a master’s degree!”
“You’re never too old to begin or return to school. When you’re an adult, you have already finished growing up. You know what matters and how to prioritize. If you need a degree for career purposes, or like me, for personal reasons, Palm Beach Atlantic University has the staff and classes to help you be where you should be. The accelerated programs make it seem like you fly through the weeks.
"This school truly cares about its students, in both the traditional program and the adult program at MacArthur School of Leadership.”
"Everyone at the University was so wonderful! From start to finish I could not have asked for a better team of folks to work alongside and rely upon for help – students and faculty alike.“
Victor B. Williams, Delray Beach
“Palm Beach Atlantic was my choice for its Christian environment, accelerated nature, professor/student ratio, and convenience of class schedules.”
“Professionally, completing my graduate studies catapulted me into the higher echelons of my organization, which allows me to employ the leadership theories and ideals learned in the program. Furthermore, there are other opportunities for promotion and with new leadership responsibilities.
"Understanding rewards and motivation, team building, organization change, multicultural environments, strategic planning for the future, and understanding the dynamics of management versus leadership has made the difference in my career and have opened the door of opportunity.
"Personally, completing my graduate degree has given me a sense of fulfillment. It has also presented my children with a viable, tangible example of what hard work, dedication, and perseverance can yield.”
“Seek ye first the kingdom of God for wisdom and understanding. Then seek PBA for your educational needs. Why? Because the programs are relevant and practical. The tools given are pragmatic and useful. The atmosphere is conducive to learning. But most importantly, the programs are Christ-centered, preparing the student for this world and the new world to come after Jesus' return.”