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

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