M.A. Intercultural Leadership

Our master’s degree in intercultural leadership is designed to help you work cross-culturally and develop your leadership skills beyond mere management. This program is aimed at people working in business, non-profit, government and education.

Program Distinctives

The capstone project is an action-research project that focuses on a problem or issue in your workplace. Since experience is a big part of learning in this program, the capstone project is part of your course work, not a separate or additional requirement.

Cost

All-inclusive fee includes tuition and fees, lodging and meals for residencies, all books and other course materials ($22,800). Contact us about Financial Aid, or learn more about paying for your degree here.

Time to Complete

18 months – usually starting in June and finishing in December of the following year.

Schedule

Cohort model (students move through coursework as a group). Includes three six-day residencies on campus. Other courses completed online in 7 week courses.

Transfer

Transfer credits are accepted based on evaluation by the program director.

Faculty

Ann Hostetler

Ann Hostetler

Professor of English

Regina Shands Stoltzfus

Regina Shands Stoltzfus

Assistant Professor of PJCS

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