Duration
18 months
Intakes
Feb Oct
Study mode
Full-time & Part-time
Tuition fee (entire course)
 
Foreign students
USD 22,365
AUD 31,080
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

The Master of Leadership program draws on Alphacrucis College’s expertise in leadership and record of educating successful leaders. It provides a core of leadership knowledge and professional application, while allowing students to explore areas of specific interest in pastoral, educational and business leadership. The purpose of this Level 9 Masters coursework program is to provide an advanced body of knowledge and professional application for graduates in a variety of contexts in the key area of leadership.

The Master of Leadership will produce graduates with in-depth understanding of leadership, integrated with Christian worldview, vocation and community standards. Graduates will be equipped with advanced leadership theory and be able to apply this in practical settings, as well as developing skills in critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and communication. It will also prepare students for further study through a structured program of independent research culminating in the integrative research project.

Entry Requirements

IELTS

  • International students category are required to have attained an International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) of 7.0, with a score of not less than 6.5 in any band, or equivalent.

Academic Entry Requirements

  • Completion of a AQF Level 7 bachelors degree or completion of a AQF Level 8 or above postgraduate qualification.

Professional Entry Requirements

  • In addition to the above, applicants must have at least three years relevant work experience in a professional leadership or managerial role. To demonstrate this, applicants must submit a copy of their CV with a cover letter outlining how they meet the criteria of at least three years leadership or managerial experience. The nature of what is to be considered appropriate leadership/managerial experience for admission to this postgraduate leadership award is outlined in the ‘Professional Entry Criteria policy’