Entering group of students hail from 13 different nations
Fuller’s Master of Arts in Global Leadership (MAGL) program, a largely online program that allows leaders in any location to complete the degree without having to leave their local ministry context, continues to grow. A new group of 32 students, serving in 13 different countries, began the program in the Fall Quarter.
This newest MAGL “cohort”—a cooperative learning group that fosters community and mutual learning—includes students from such diverse locations as Romania, Liberia, Kenya, Greece, Russia, China, Papua New Guinea, Hungary, and Jamaica. These students will be on the Pasadena campus in the upcoming Winter Quarter for their first of two seminars.
The MAGL seeks to serve individuals who are engaged in culturally diverse ministries while they remain in their ministry context; required residency at Fuller’s Pasadena campus is thus limited to two seminars, each of two weeks’ duration. The remainder of the degree can be completed at a distance.
For more information about the program click here, or contact the MAGL office at 719-636-9700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.