NEW Master of Arts Degrees to be Launched Semester 1, 2012
Lead Christianly with Confidence!
Wesley Institute is proud to announce the accreditation and offering of two new Master degrees:
- Master of Arts (Religious Education) with nested graduate certificate and graduate diploma, and
- Master of Arts (Leadership and Applied Ethics) also with nested graduate certificate and two graduate diplomas.
These signature degrees exemplify the mission of Wesley Institute to equip people for Godly lives in influential vocations by integrating a Biblical worldview with professional and career development.
The Master of Arts (Religious Education) builds on our pre-service teacher education degrees, and provides professional, career and spiritual development at postgraduate level, developed for teaching professionals, and for existing and emerging school leaders, equipping them to teach and lead Christianly.
The Master of Arts (Leadership and Applied Ethics), to be headed by Dr Graham Pratt, is a unique dual-focus program that equips graduates with a combination of practical and visionary skills, integrating vital leadership fundamentals with strong ethical foundations, so that graduates can confidently exercise leadership in a world where leadership effectiveness and ethical integrity are essential joint capabilities. It was developed for leaders and emerging leaders of community, welfare and not-for-profit organisations; professional bodies, groups and organisations; church, para-church and other Christian organisations; and advocacy, public relations and special interest groups.
Specifically designed for busy professionals, the degrees will provide accessible training through our state-of-the-art online learning platform, supported by opportunities for face-to-face group sessions.
“I believe this program addresses an increasingly vital need for practitioners and decision-makers in various professions to have a high degree of competence in identifying, analysing, and resolving leadership challenges and ethical issues that arise in their field,” Dr John Collier, Head of School, St Andrew’s Cathedral School.
For more information, visit the course pages on our website.
Applications will be available from January 2012. For immediate enquiries, please email email@example.com.