Master of Arts in Global Leadership
Master of Arts in Global Leadership in affiliation with Azusa Pacific University (APU)
Are you inspiring to lead your organization or ministry with excellence? Are you in need to grow your leadership to a higher level?
TCA College, in affiliation with Azusa Pacific University (APU), is offering the Master of Arts in Global Leadership.
Azusa Pacific University (APU) is one of America's Top 25 Western Universities under the Masters Classification. Starting in 2011, this program can be a catalyst for your development as a trans-cultural and transformational leader. Enriched by a Christian perspective of truth and life, it offers vital training and insight to leaders in any field, and positions you to impact this rapidly changing world with a Christian worldview.
A majority of students view this program as personal and professional development to enhance their current positions and roles within organizations and volunteer work. For some, this degree allows graduates to move into supervisory positions, become directors of programs, and achieve further credibility inside and outside of their organizations. An M.A. often opens the doors for teaching, consulting, and future graduate study.
To fit the schedules of busy executives, APU lecturers fly into Singapore to conduct intensive sessions for two weeks every year. The intensive sessions are followed by year-long study projects, where students interact with professors online and do research utilizing APU library resources.
The projects, like the classes themselves, relate directly to each student's occupational responsibilities. This fuels each student's personal and professional development, enhancing their role within their current organization while positioning them for future achievements.
To achieve a high level of meaningful interaction between students and their professors, each intake will not exceed 15-20 students.
Courses Offered 2012
- July 16-20 - GLDR 503 - Organizational Behavior across Cultures
- July 16-20 - GLDR 516 - Mentoring and Developing Global Leaders
- July 23-27 - GLDR 502 - Cornerstones of Christian Leadership across Cultures
- July 23-27 - GLDR 520 - Vocation and Calling in a Changing World
Applications for Admission and Registration of Courses
Application to the program is made through the Graduate Admissions office.
Tuition for non-US citizens enrolled in MAGL (OI) will be based on the student's country of residence. US citizens living abroad for 180 days or more also qualify for this rate.
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Last updated January 27, 2018