About Master of Arts in Social and Civic Entrepreneurship (MASCE) Program
For leaders involved in for-profit (business), non-profit (NPOs or NGOs) or governmental organizations.
This MASCE degree is designed especially for leaders of start-up organizations or small to medium-sized existing organizations, who need practical skills in leading teams and organizations. The hallmarks of the BGU MASCE include toolkit courses and on-the-job project assignments which provide problem-solving, training and practice in the exact areas they need to lead their organization well. The Toolkit courses offer these leaders a solid foundation of business skills in the areas such as Finance, Accounting People Management, Law, Ethics, Marketing and Project Management - the core essentials for an effective organizational leader. This degree is unique in that 40% of the courses are taught by Christian Theology Faculty, and 60% by Business Faculty. This approach provides the student with direct courses in Bible, Christian History, and Theology to give them a strong foundation for Christ-Centered organizational leadership. This unique combination also provides the student with the underpinning for building strong ethical and socially transforming organizations, along with the practical skills needed to translate those values into reality. During the course of the degree, students in the MASCE program will create and implement a business/organization plan for a start-up/existing organization or for a new/existing product or service within their existing organization, Through Elective and Capstone courses, this degree is designed to contribute to the student's unique personal and organizational needs.
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