Master of Arts in Missional Leadership
The Master of Arts in Missional Leadership (MAML) is a two-year professional degree for a person seeking preparation for ministry in any cultural setting. It is designed to meet the needs of men and women called to serve in a variety of contexts and specialized ministries.
This degree will also enhance those in current ministries by enabling them to think missionally and to serve in their present contexts in a manner informed by missional thinking. The biblical, theological, and spiritual foundations ground the students in historical hermeneutical and doctrinal understanding. The degree core courses allow the student to develop the ability to be a leader of contextually relevant ministry.
|Course Number||Course Title||Hours|
|CS 501||Christian Spirituality||3|
|NT 501||Christian Canon: New Testament||3|
|OT 501||Christian Canon: Old Testament||3|
|TH 501||Christian Theology||3|
|TS 510||The Missional Church Movement||3|
|TS 630||Missional Theology||3|
|PL 620||Culture and Context||3|
|PL 640||Systems Thinking in Organizational Contexts||3|
|PL 650||Transformational Leadership||3|
|PL 671||Leadership in Postmodern Culture||3|
|Supervised Field Education Requirements|
|PL 780||Missional Leadership Practicum I||3|
|PL 781||Missional Leadership II||3|
|PL 799||Integrative Capstone in Missional Leadership||2|
|Total Credit Hours||38|
*The Missional Leadership Practicum Handbook, required background checks,
liability insurance, supervisor information, and more is available on the Student Resources page.