Aim and Outcomes
To this end, a graduate of the MACTC degree will demonstrate the competencies required to:
- Evaluate, develop, and apply leadership methods and skills for community transformation;
- evaluate ways in which the church engages in Great Commission application in its life and mission to the world;
- develop the capacities for personal faith, emotional maturity and moral integrity that are requisite to a life of chaplaincy and ministerial leadership;
Structure and Delivery
Remote-Synchronous model: In order to offer classes and experiences to students throughout South Florida and beyond, all courses are offered in a remote-synchronous format.
The Graduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership can be completed in one year (3 credit hours each Fall, Spring, and Summer).
Because courses are offered on a rotation, students must work closely with their academic advisor to determine the best personalized registration schedule.
The admission requirements and process may be found in the relevant Admission section of the Graduate and Pharmacy Catalog.
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Learn more about your classes and requirements in the course catalog.
See Course Catalog