- Overview of Evangelism and Leadership Flexible Format
Evangelism and Leadership Flexible Format
Flexible Format is a program designed for students who are unable to come to campus for an extended time of study. The MA can combine intensive/modular classes on campus and distance learning classes. Students may complete the degree in as little as 3 years but have up to 5 years to complete this MA and its 40 credit hour requirement. Visit Flexible Format for more information. Refer to the Sample Student Schedule page for more information on how the degree can be completed.
Residential M.A. (Full time)
This full time program utilizes students' ability to be in school full time to complete their program (12 credit hours per semester). Students can complete their 40 hour program in 3 semesters. See the sample course schedule for Fall 2013 entering students, or the Sample Student Schedule page, for more information on how the degree can be completed.
Residential M.A. (Part time)
The part-time program meets the needs of students who need to work full-time while still studying for their M.A. This program allows students to still live on or close to campus to work towards their M.A. by taking less than 12 credit hours per semester and work toward completion of their 40 credit hour program. Students may take a combination of intensive classes and semester classes. See the sample course schedule for Fall 2012 or the sample course schedule for Spring 2013, or the Sample Student Schedule page, for more information on how the degree can be completed
Wheaton College offers an Accelerated M.A. in Intercultural Studies. Wheaton College undergraduate students can earn a B.A. and M.A. in five years by taking graduate credit courses during their senior year (students may take 12 hours up to 16 hours during senior year). An application should be submitted to the Graduate Admissions Office prior to earning 90 undergraduate credit hours. Please refer to the 12 hour senior year sample accelerated MA course schedule or the 16 hour senior year sample course schedule for more information on how the degree can be completed.
For more information please refer to the Wheaton College Catalog.
HoneyRock, the Northwoods campus of Wheaton College, offers a variety of courses for students throughout the year. Undergraduate students can take courses and apply their learning to a summer ministry role and graduate students can take courses taught in a modular intensive format.
The Certificate in Urban Mission seeks to develop effective cross-cultural professionals who are:
The certificate can be earned by itself or with the MA in Intercultural Studies. Combining the certificate with this MA gives a solid foundation for contextualized Christian service in urban areas. Certificate graduates will develop the listed competencies, which show an understanding of the nature of cultures and systems of the contemporary urban world. Visit Certificate in Urban Mission for more information.
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