The Master of Arts in Leadership in Social Transformation program will equip you with the theological, strategic, organization and practical skills to lead social transformation in a wide variety of organizational contexts, including nonprofits, philanthropy, congregations, community organizing, public service, education, business, politics, social justice advocacy and activism, and other community contexts. The program provides a broad foundation in theology, religious texts, ethics, and leadership as well as focused study in areas specific to a chosen career path.
You’ll be equipped to think critically about socio-political dynamics and reflect constructively on the role of spiritual and theological traditions in movements for social change. This professional graduate program combines the tools and methodologies of social change with practical and constructive theology to prepare you to be an innovative and effective leader for an increasingly pluralistic and complex world.
If you wish to receive training for ministerial competencies along with social transformation skills, check out the MDiv in Social Transformation.
This program may be a good fit for you if you are interested in:
You could serve in a variety of contexts, including:
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|Formation||1||Intro to Spiritual and Personal Formation|
|Religious Texts||2||Hebrew Bible 1: Orientation
New Testament 1: Epistles, Acts, and Revelation
|Theological Tradition||2||Religious and Theological Interpretation
|Cultural Contextualization||1||Choose one:
|Arts and Theology||1||Choose one:
|Social Transformation||1||Leadership and Strategies for Social Change|
| CORE SUBTOTAL
|Vocational Contextualization & Skills||7||Theology for Social Transformation
Social Analysis and Community Engagement
Social Transformation Practicum
Masters Final Project
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