Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology & Society

June 1, 2021 - December 31, 2025
Offered by Regent College
The tuition for the MALTS program comes to $25,000
5800 University Blvd.
VancouverBCV6T 2E4

Grow in wisdom as you weave together theological insight, critical cultural analysis, and practical leadership training.

The Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology & Society Is …

Transformative: Cultivate a practice of ethical leadership driven by a vision of human dignity, the flourishing of creation, and the common good.

Thoughtful: Build critical awareness of the ways in which culture, theology, and the biblical narrative inform effective leadership.

Practical: Hone essential leadership skills such as making difficult decisions, managing groups, managing conflict, and mentoring.

Unique: Experience an innovative, cohort-based learning model combining intensive on-campus classes with Supervised Workplace Immersion, one-on-one mentorship, and a Capstone Project tailored to your vocation.

Flexible: Learn in intensive two-week segments; substantially enhance your leadership competence without leaving your career.

Students who take this program typically …

  • Are interested in leading creatively, thoughtfully, and redemptively in their vocational sphere.
  • Are working professionals considering an executive leadership program.
  • Are seeking to understand how they can serve the common good as they continue serving their organization.
  • Enjoy learning alongside other students with a wide range of backgrounds, cultures, ages, and leadership experience.

Program Structure

The MA in Leadership, Theology & Society is a 24-month, cohort-based program designed to enable participants to remain in their current workplace while developing their leadership abilities. The program’s 36 credit hours include:

  • Eight on-campus courses, delivered through four intensive two-week residences at Regent College in Vancouver, BC;
  • A 24-month Supervised Workplace Immersion, in which students will be mentored and will have an opportunity to reflect on and develop their own leadership abilities;
  • A Capstone Project, in which students will apply their learning from the program to a situation in their own workplace and reflect theologically on that experience; and
  • A week-long Capstone Retreat, where students will gather to share their Capstone Projects and interact with Christian leaders from a variety of sectors.

The tuition for the MALTS program comes to $25,000. The cost of the Capstone Retreat varies from year to year, usually falling within the range of $2,000 to $3,000. It includes accommodation and meals while at the retreat and a shuttle service from a designated hotel to the lodge (round trip). For more information on program costs and payment, see the Program FAQ page.

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