The programme consists of six compulsory modules and a placement-based dissertation. Each of the modules is assessed by two essays – one focussing on the theoretical issues discussed in the module and the other on the practical outworking of the insight gained into your professional context.
Fatih, Leadership and Community Engagement
Covering essential leadership skills such as effective leadership, servant leadership, ethical leadership, theological models of leadership, thought leadership and influence, leadership and sustainability, leadership and public life, building and leading teams, social entrepreneurship and reflective leadership, negotiation.
Faith Community Governance, Management and Administration
Comprising topics such as strategic thinking and implementation, financial management & accounting, performance improvement, operations management, marketing, decision science, ethical purchasing and procurement, project management, non-profit management, planning.
Understanding and Leading People
This module will focus on issues such as strategies for influencing others, communications, ethical leadership, interpersonal relationships, human resources management, social impact and engagement, social innovation, community mobilisation, intergenerational leadership, community organising, mentoring and leadership development, theological anthropology.
Organisational Culture in Faith-Based Organisations
This module will discuss issues such as leading change, intercultural engagement, globalisation and secularisation, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship, public ethics, equality, diversity and inclusion, media engagement, conflict resolution, interreligious relations.
Organisational and Personal Development
This module will explore concepts such as organisational behaviour, innovation and creativity, organisational resilience, succession planning and offer theological reflection on organisations and the nature of work.
Theological Reflection on Professional Practice
This module will cover research methods, research management, policy analysis and development, research ethics, reflective practice, critical thinking – one of assignments being research proposal
Please note that the optional module information listed on the website for this programme is intended to be indicative, and the availability of optional modules may vary from year to year. Where a module is no longer available we will let you know as soon as we can and help you to make other choices.