FALL 2020: COHORT 47
(see below for bios)
CURRICULUM SHEET (72 UNITS)
Please connect with the MAGL Academic Services Administrator regarding electives, directed studies, transfer credit plans, and preparation for graduation.
|I||US Location TBD||February 10-17, 2021*Please confirm final dates with MAGL Office|
|II||US Location TBD||Monday, October 31-Thursday, November 3, 2022 *Please confirm final dates with MAGL Office|
|Please check the Registrar Course Schedule for the ECD for your specific course/quarter.|
|Linked ECD's in the following courses are SAMPLES ONLY to give an idea of content. Final course ECD's will be available to students at course registration in the prior quarter.|
September 28 - December 11, 2020
|Developing Your Learning Plan
NOTE: Successful completion of ML581 with a grade of “B-” or better is required to continue as a student in the MAGL.
January 4 - March 19, 2021
|Character, Community, & Leadership
Biblical Theology of Mission
Complete and turn in all coursework from Global Leadership Seminar I (Part A) by March 19, 2021
|Global Leadership Seminar 1
US Location TBD; anticipated dates:
February 10-17, 2021
March 29 - June 11, 2021
|Complete and turn in all coursework from Global Leadership Seminar I (Part B) by June 11, 2021||Online Class|
June 21 - September 3, 2021
|Lifelong Development||Online Class|
September 27 - December 10, 2021
|Missional Engagement with Contemporary Culture||Online Class|
January 3 - March 18, 2022
|Leading a Missional Community||Online Class|
March 28 - June 10, 2022
|Adult Leadership Development||Online Class|
June 20 - September 2, 2022
|Organic Organizations and Churches
September 26 - December 9, 2022
Global Leadership: Implications for Ministry
Complete and turn in all coursework from Global Leadership Seminar II by December 10, 2021
|Global Leadership Seminar 2
US Location TBD; Monday, October 31 – Thursday, November 4, 2022
|Winter 2023 - 2025||Electives - Program Completion|
Adjunct Instructor of Biblical Theology of Mission
Susan Major is currently pursuing a PhD in Educational Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and serves at Fuller as the academic service administrator, a position she has held since 2012. Along with this role, Susan is an adjunct instructor, teaching and mentoring students in their first MAGL course (ML581), as well as other courses within the MAGL cohort sequence.
Prior to Fuller, Susan served in Eastern Europe for nearly a decade, most recently in Bosnia. She serves on the core leadership team for Christians for Biblical Equality in Colorado Springs and is ordained in The Wesleyan Church. Susan’s academic interests include the intersection of gender and culture in mission and leadership, adult education, and theological contextualization.
Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies
Wilmer Villacorta (PhD ’08) received the Leadership Award from the School of Intercultural Studies in 2008 for his dissertation, “Unmasking Machismo: From Malleability to Transformation of Andean Pentecostal Leaders in Central Peru.”
Wilmer joined the School of Intercultural Studies faculty in 2009, after serving three years as a spiritual mentor for in-service leaders at Fuller and teaching four years as an adjunct professor in the Master of Arts in Global Leadership (MAGL) program. He currently serves as an MAGL Cohort Mentor for incoming fall cohorts, and teaches an online elective course, Dynamics of Power and Gender in Christian Leadership.
Wilmer has also served on the faculty at the Center of Discipleship and Mission in Alhambra, California, the Missionary School of Emmanuel Bible Church in Peru, and the Latin American School of Missiology in Peru. He is the author of Tug of War, The Downward Ascent of Power (Cascade Books, 2017).