Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
The M.A. in Organizational Leadership, taught from a Christian worldview, is designed to equip students to effectively lead and manage top-level teams. It is ideal for people in both for-profit and non-profit organizations, including churches.
The program’s curriculum consists of 11 courses and includes a local, national and international perspective.
This is a weekend program; classes will be held on alternating Saturdays. There are no prerequisites for students with an undergraduate degree.
The M.A. in OL program is ideal for aspiring leaders to equip them with the knowledge and abilities they need to lead within any type of organization. Students in this program will focus on topics such as understanding organizational processes, building strong & effective teams, organizing and leading groups, managing conflicts and leading organizational change.
Master of Arts Emphasis
- Church Planting
Financial assistance for the M.A. in Organizational Leadership is available through federal student loans and private/alternative loans. Click here for information about Direct Loans. Click here for information about private/alternative loans.
- Please Note: If applicant is an international student, please see separate section “International Graduate Student Path” for admission requirements.
If you are an INTERNATIONAL MAOL student: