The Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership (MATL) degree introduces students to a theological foundation and practical skills for ministry leadership in a global urban environment. These leaders typically are involved in church, para-church and missions related organizations, community programs, and urban or intercultural settings.
15 units in a Leadership Concentration or,
15 units in an Urban Concentration, and
3 units of the Master's Final Project to complete their programs
The BGU MATL program equips students with a practical understanding of how Judeo-Christian ethics and values influence the above skill sets and substantive knowledge so that graduates are better prepared to build values-based organizational cultures, make ethical decisions, and transform individuals and organizations to make significant positive impacts upon both a locally-oriented and global society.
Graduates will not only have knowledge, comprehension and application of non-profit and community leadership skills, but they will also have the ability to analyze, synthesize, evaluate, and advocate from the perspective of stewarding resources for social and religious purposes.