Lincoln College held its first Hooding Ceremony for graduate students last Friday, December 10. The event marked the first time since 1919 Lincoln College has honored master’s degree candidates.  Sixteen students from the graduating cohort were hooded for their completion of the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership or Master of Business Administration degrees.
The institution announced the return of master’s degree options in 2019 as part of ongoing efforts to return to its roots as Lincoln University. Lincoln College was chartered as Lincoln University and offered baccalaureate and master’s degrees from 1865-1919. Since 2015, the institution expanded its degree offerings, transitioned to four-year athletics competing in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), remained committed to affordability via the price match guarantee, and most recently, announced in-demand online programs.
      "Degrees in Business and Organizational Leadership provide a wide range of career opportunities, preparing Lincoln College students for success post-graduation,” said David Gerlach, president of Lincoln College.  

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