The MacArthur School of Leadership offers innovative programs designed to equip students intellectually, spiritually and professionally for roles as local and global leaders.
Our online organizational leadership degree program will help you do more, preparing you with the skills needed to move your team, department or company forward.Learn More
If you are looking for a fast, affordable and accredited master’s degree in leadership, our program will prepare you for success in today’s global environment.Learn More
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Features of our distinguished leadership degree:
In the School of Leadership you’ll be mentored and guided by top-notch faculty whose scholarly credentials are matched by their professional accomplishments. Approximately 87 percent of faculty have earned the doctorate in their field. And they are committed Christians who draw from decades of real-world experience in fields ranging from business, leadership and management to organizational development, education, English, religion and writing.
We empower graduates to make the most of their leadership potential by identifying their unique gifts and using them to create positive change in the world. And our exceptional location will position you to forge meaningful connections with Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations and government agencies through internships that often lead to full-time positions after program completion.
If you're seeking to improve performance and productivity in your organization, you may be interested in inviting our team to help. The MacArthur School of Leadership provides engaging and informative presentations for your employees at your workplace. These presentations, offered at no cost, are aimed at cultivating skills and abilities to become a brighter you.
PBA awards over three million dollars in scholarships every year.
97% of PBA undergraduate students receive financial aid.
One-third of a recent PBA class had absolutely no debt upon graduation.