The Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology & Society Is

May 1, 2020 - January 1, 2022
Offered by Regent College
The tuition for the MALTS program comes to $25,000.
5800 University Blvd.
VancouverBC
Canada
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.

 

  • Application Requirements

    Your application must show us that you have the experience and the skills necessary to complete graduate-level academic work.

    This usually means that you have completed a bachelor’s degree with a GPA of at least 2.8 (out of 4). However, we will consider your application if you are at least 28 years old and you can demonstrate that your vocational, educational, or life experience is equivalent to a university degree.

    Additionally, admission to the MALTS program requires five years of full-time work experience (or equivalent) in which you have had leadership responsibilities or which points toward potential leadership responsibilities in the future. The program is designed so that you will fulfil various assignments within the context of your current employment (whether paid or as a volunteer).

    For documents and more information about the application process, visit our Admission Requirements page.

Application Deadlines

We operate a staged admissions process with four rounds. Anticipated decision dates for each round are outlined in the table below. Please note that an application will not be considered within a round unless we have received the complete application, including all supporting documents, by 11:59 pm on the relevant deadline.

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. There is also an additional cost for the Capstone Retreat (TBD). Students are responsible for their own travel, accommodation, and meal costs. For more information on program costs and payment, see the Program FAQ page.

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