Master’s of the Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL)
The program leading to the Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL) degree is designed to provide graduate-level biblical and theological education that prepares students for leadership roles in a wide variety of ministry settings. The MACL prepares students to assume leadership positions in churches, Christian schools and colleges, missions organizations and local communities.
|January 8-12, 2018||EDU 501 Fundamentals of Teaching|
|March 5-9, 2018||PM 501 Biblical Paradigms for Ministry|
|April 30-May 4, 2018||LEA 402 Contemporary Theories & Practice of Leadership|
|June 25-29, 2018||LEA 501 Holiness & Humility in the Life of the Leader|
|August 20-24, 2018||EDU 502 Course Planning & Design|
|October 15-19, 2018||LEA 604 Ethical Challenges of Leadership|
|December 3-7, 2018||RES 702 Capstone Project (submitted on or before May 3, 2019)|
|January 7-11, 2019||LEA 600 Financial Management for Non-Profits|
|February 18-22, 2019||PM 502 Developing Christian Community|
|April 1-5, 2019||LEA 603 Organizational Culture & Change|
Students who complete the Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL) should be able to demonstrate:
Courses in the MACL degree program take place in a cohort model, which means students begin their degree together on campus at orientation and then proceed through each of the courses in a prescribed order until they graduate together. This model not only helps motivate students to keep going; it creates a spiritual and relational bond with fellow students moving through the degree program, allowing students to rejoice and struggle together and to be accountable to one another.