Duration
2 years
Intakes
Jan Aug
Study mode
Full-time
Tuition fee (entire course)
 
Foreign students
USD 54,280
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

Marymount’s Leadership and Global Development (LGD) program prepares graduates to lead in business, governmental and not-for profit settings. Drawing upon on our Catholic education tradition, the program is based on the belief that Marymount graduates lead lives of service to others. Because this mission engages communities as complex interconnected wholes, and not just in terms of a single sector (like business, health, education, children, rights, income), much of what is taught in this program moves between traditional disciplines, and never privileges one above another—they are tools in a broad tool kit. The program produces skilled leaders who recognize that an interdisciplinary approach to advancing any community is dependent on leadership’s ability to interpret an organization’s past and portray an inspiring and sustaining future.

Entry Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution prior to enrollment;
  • Completion of college-level Statistics* class with a grade of C or better.

Additional Requirements for International Students

  • Complete a baccalaureate degree at an accredited college or university
  • Minimum score for the TOEFL test
  • 550 on the paper-based test
  • 79-80 on the internet-based test or
  • 213 or more on the computer-based test
  • Students may submit IETLS scores (with a score of 6.0 or better with a score of no less than 6.0 on any individual module) in place of TOEFL scores.  The language proficiency requirement may be waived if the applicant is a native English speaker and/or English is the language of instruction for the applicant’s degree granting institution.
  • International students are required to provide evidence of immunization (measles, mumps, rubella)
  • International students are required to purchase medical insurance coverage through the University unless comparable proof of insurance is demonstrated