BA/MA IN LEADERSHIP

  • Approved students will take nine credits in the MA/L, which, upon completion of those nine credits, will reduce the number of required credits from 124 to 115 in order to graduate with a bachelor’s degree.
  • Various faculty/adjuncts across disciplines and schools

If you want to develop your leadership abilities to ethically respond to the demands of a global, knowledge-based society, the Dual Degree in Leadership is the perfect degree for you. Graduates are prepared to lead others creatively and knowledgeably in a Christ-honoring way. In today’s competitive global marketplace, it is crucial for employees to differentiate themselves by mastering soft skills such as working with other people and communicating effectively across an organization.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

As part of your course work you will come to understand current and emerging issues in leadership, employ transformation and resolution strategies within conflict situations and apply culturally sensitive and biblical approaches to leadership. As you progress in your studies, you’ll develop your professional integrity, spiritual formation, interpersonal skills, strategic thinking, and best-practices in communication. Finally, you will be expected to use your leadership skills within the specialized context of your specific occupational and/or academic discipline.

COURSEWORK:

With an emphasis on practical application, students have the chance to seek out mentors who show them how to put theory into practice, as they provide insight and guidance on their class projects. In addition, the MA in Leadership is designed to fit conveniently into the schedules of working adults. Students attend a summer intensive, and other courses are available during the academic year for one evening a week.

BA/MA in Leadership Courses

Other general education courses and required major courses.

FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORE & JUNIOR YEARS:
Course Title Credits
Undergraduate Course Work:
BI 101 Understanding the Old Testament –or–
BI 111 Understanding the New Testament 3 hours
BI 210 Biblical Interpretation 3 hours
PH 180 Introduction to Philosophy 3 hours
Undergraduate general education requirements that will be fulfilled by graduate-level courses and need not be duplicated with undergraduate work:
ID 5001 Foundations of Integrative Thought replaces either BI 101 or BI 111
ID 5002 Foundations of Cultural Engagement replaces one course in the Religious and Ethnic Diversity subcategory
One LR course (3 hours) replaces 3 hours of undergraduate elective credit.
JUNIOR YEAR:
Upon completion of 70 hours with a 3.0 GPA, students must submit an application and letter of recommendation to Trinity Graduate School Admissions to be accepted into the Dual Degree Program. Student takes ID 5001, ID 5002.
SUMMER BEFORE SENIOR YEAR:
Optional: Student takes modular courses in the May/July summer sessions.
SENIOR YEAR:
Student completes requirements for BA graduation. Student takes graduate courses, schedule permitting.
—Undergraduate Bachelor of Arts Degree Completed—
SUMMER FOLLOWING SENIOR YEAR:
Student takes modular courses in the May/July summer sessions.
Student takes any remaining course work in Fall. Student completes coursework for MA program.
Student completes requirements for MA graduation.
—Master of Arts Degree Completed—

CAREER OUTCOMES:

Business Professional Pastor
Nonprofit Leader

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