Global Leadership – Christian Coaching Concentration

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Upon completion of the program students will be able to:

  • Equip theoretical knowledge of Christian coaching based on the Bible and theology.
  • Apply Christian coaching to various ministries.
  • Demonstrate professional skills and leadership in Christian coaching.
  • Demonstrate cultural competence in the global coaching fields.

Course Titles and Level

All courses at the Masters level are numbered 500 – 699. Course descriptions are provided in this catalog.

Degree Requirements: 48 Credits

The coursework for the MAGL degree consists of biblical(theology) studies (9 credits), coaching studies (24 credits), field education (11 credits), and electives (4 credits). These requirements may be completed by proficient, full-time students in two years.

 

Course                                                       Credits

 

Biblical/Missional Studies: 9 credits

BT501  Introduction to Old Testament  OR……………3

BT502  Introduction to New Testament…..……………3

ST502  Systematic Theology I  OR……….…………..3

ST503  Systematic Theology II…….…………..……..3

IS504  Theology of Mission……………………..…….3

 

Coaching Studies: 24 credits

TRINITY Christian Coaching Leadership ……………3

Family Coaching  ………………………………………… 3

Christian Coaching and Ministry  ……………..……..3

Life Coaching   ………………………….……..………3

Coaching for Gen Z Youth   ………………………… 3

Business Coaching    ……………………………………3

Core Competencies of Coaching and Leadership …..…3

Coaching for Lifelong Career Development ………… 3

 

Field Education: 11 credits

Student Chapel I-IV                                  (.5 credit each)

TRINITY Spiritual Coaching Leadership (TSL) ……..3

Basic Supervision for TCL Course     …………………3

Advanced Supervision for TSL Course  ………………3

 Electives: 4 credits

Field Education

World Mission University is committed to equipping students to become full-time ministers or lay leaders in Christian ministry. In order to serve God more effectively, all students at World Mission University are required to participate in ministry outside of the classroom experience.

Global Leadership Practicum

Master of Arts in Global Leadership students are required to complete one semester of global leadership practicum.  This course is intended to provide Global Leadership Students with out of the classroom experience with an opportunity to practice knowledge. At the end of the semester, students must submit the Student Training Evaluation Forms from both a field supervisor and a faculty supervisor.

Student Chapel

Master of Arts in Global Leadership students are required to register and complete four semesters of student chapel. Each student chapel course is worth .5 credits.

Student chapel is graded pass/fail. Student Chapel “PT685-688” must be taken beginning with the first semester of enrollment at WMU and must be taken consecutively. Students register for the course during registration.

In order to pass the student chapel, students must not miss it more than three times. Chapel occurs every Tuesday and Thursday. Students who are not able to attend chapel on campus may sign up for online chapel.

Students must ensure that they register for online chapel. Students who register for online chapel must follow the regulations of the online chapel. Students who have a campus course before or after Tuesday or Thursday chapel must register for campus chapel. No exceptions will be made.