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Crown College 2018-2019 Catalog 
Crown College 2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Global Leadership (M.A.)

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The Master of Arts in Global Leadership is designed to:

  • Prepare students for cross-cultural ministry under missionary sending agencies and denominations, such as The Christian and Missionary Alliance
  • Facilitate a comprehension of culture in general
  • Promote an understanding of the interplay among culture, gospel, and ministry

Required Courses for the Global Leadership M.A. Degree

II. Electives - 12 Credits

General electives should be selected in consultation with one's academic advisor. General electives accepted for transfer into this degree program should normally fall within the areas of study represented by the following emphasis tracks. If an emphasis track is chosen, the student will  need to complete additional elective credits to reach the required number of credits for the degree.

Emphasis Tracks - 9-11 Credits

Note: If required emphasis track courses have been taken as part of the degree core, an additional 3 credits of electives per course will be required in order to fulfill the emphasis requirements.

Biblical Studies Emphasis  

Christian Studies Emphasis  

Church Development Emphasis  

Community Development Emphasis  

Disaster and Emergency Management Emphasis  

Executive Leadership Emphasis  

Hmong Ministry Emphasis  

Intercultural Ministries Emphasis  

International Christian Education Emphasis  

Non-Profit Leadership Emphasis  

Pastoral Counseling Emphasis  

Pastoral Leadership Emphasis  

Social Science Research Emphasis  

Spiritual Formation Emphasis  

Urban Ministry Emphasis  

Total - 36 Credits

Two-Year Program for the Global Leadership Program

Block C (Fall Semester)

Block D (Spring Semester)

Block Sequence:

Students starting in the Fall: A, B, C, D

Students starting in the Spring: D, A, B, C

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