MA in Global Leadership
School of Intercultural Studies
The Master of Arts in Global Leadership (MAGL) joins years of experience in communal formation with breakthroughs in online education to offer a transformative dynamic of peer leaders sharing life and learning together. Designed for leaders with at least four years of experience in a church, mission, nonprofit, or business role, the MAGL’s format supports students in their own ministry context as they study. Rooted in the conviction that a leader’s role is to help others come alongside God’s ongoing mission in the world, MAGL students grow in their understanding of what God is doing in their own lives as well as in culture and the Scriptures, equipping them to live missionally in their leadership and to influence those around them to do the same.
Fully online spring and fall cohorts
9 sequential courses within a learning community
9 electives to tailor your degree to your specific goals
Immediately apply your learning to your own context
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Now with our 100 percent online spring and fall cohorts, the MAGL offers even more flexibility while continuing to balance creative online content with the transformative dynamic of peer leaders sharing life and perspectives with one another. Apply what you are learning directly to your life and ministry as you study in your own context.
"I chose the MAGL program because it is action focused, intimate in its cohort system, and has a world-class network."
– Riley Sewell, MAGL
Fuller's annual Missiology Lectures bring in the top scholars from around the world to interact with the Fuller academic community.
FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Almost all Fuller students are eligible for some kind of financial aid. New Student Scholarships vary by program and quarter. Contact your Admissions Counselor for more information about scholarships you may qualify for. US Citizens and Permanent Residents may also apply for US federal aid and work study.
Formational Learning Community
You will sharpen and encourage one another as a cohort—a community of learning—with the guidance of seasoned faculty and support staff. In safe, peer-oriented environments, cultivated online with the option for face-to-face connection, you’ll find space for the honest dialogue and mutual care that will help you transform your ministry.
Flexible Degree Plan
Continue in your ministry context as you complete the MAGL—with electives making up half of your program, you can tailor the degree to your unique goals through coursework from any of Fuller’s three schools, taken at any campus or online.
Practical, Experiential, and Holistic
As a cohort program that builds on your experience and emphasizes practical application, your ministry and leadership will be strengthened and transformed. As you wrestle with theoretical concepts and exchange input with your cohort peers, you will apply newfound insight to your leadership role and your relationships for holistic formation.
Studying with others from around the world, you’ll be exposed to global trends and cultural differences—equipping you with the broadened perspective and encouragement to embrace your role as a missional change agent in your own context.