Serve. Lead. Transform.


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Influence various cultures and invest in the next generation – through leadership.

Residential On-location
Live, Learn, and Serve at the Impact 360 Institute in Pine Mountain, GA.
Servant Leadership and Spiritual Formation
Cost Per Credit
Students in the innovative program do not qualify for federal aid.

Are You Ready to Transform Lives?

What Can You Do with a Master’s Degree in Leadership?

The Master of Arts in Leadership equips you with the knowledge, skills, and priorities necessary to be a faithful leader in a variety of settings. In this interdisciplinary program, you learn what Scripture teaches us about how to think biblically, live ethically, and lead faithfully. You engage deeply with contemporary leadership theories, principles, and practices. You are challenged to think creatively about how to lead in multi-generational and cross-cultural contexts.

With a master’s degree in leadership, you will be well-positioned to exercise leadership in numerous vocational contexts. Our graduates serve as transformational leaders in businesses, non-profit organizations, universities, and local churches. Potential careers include:

Organizational Leadership

Non-profit Leadership

Parachurch Leadership

Missions Leadership

Collegiate Ministry

Church Leadership

Business Consulting

Experience Learning as You Create, Collaborate, and Communicate

NGU’s Master of Arts in Leadership is a cohort-based residential degree offered in partnership with the Residency Program at the Impact 360 Institute. You live and work at Impact 360, where you apply your education to organizational leadership or mentoring next-generation leaders participating in the Institute’s widely respected gap-year program, Fellows.

The Master of Arts in Leadership offers two concentrations that will equip you to serve as a Christ-centered transformational leader, regardless of the field to which you feel called to make a kingdom impact.

  • Servant Leadership  
  • Spiritual Formation  

Have questions about the Master of Arts in Leadership Program?

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Nathan Finn, PhD

Executive Director, Institute for Transformational Leadership

The world beside faithful & accomplished leaders.

Nathan Finn, PhD
Executive Director, Institute for Transformational Leadership
Larry McDonald, PhD
Program Director, Ministry
Allen McWhite, PhD
Department Chair, Intercultural Studies
Phil Alsup, EdD
Executive Director, Impact 360
John Basie, PhD
Director, Impact 360 Master’s
Matt Dee
Assistant Professor, Leadership & Philosophy
Greg Brown, DMin
Spiritual Advisor
Mitch Jaeger
Affiliated Professor of Leadership
Web Drake, PhD
Dean, College of Communication and Fine Arts

A Biblical Approach to Leadership

Leadership Core Values

Leadership Core Values

  • Ethical Foundations
  • Understanding Generation Z
  • Biblical Foundations of Leadership
  • Cross-Cultural Leadership
  • Leadership Theory and Development
  • Personal Leadership Development
  • Foundations of a Christian Worldview
Servant Leadership Track

Servant Leadership Track

  • Servant Leadership
  • Leadership and Emotional Intelligence
  • Communication and Conflict Resolution
  • Leading Across Generations
Spiritual Formation Track

Spiritual Formation Track

  • Spiritual Formation
  • Theology of Christian Life
  • Devotional Classics of the Christian Faith
  • Discipleship

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