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EMMI Grading System For All Classes

  1. A+ = 96  to  100%   Honour
  2. A- =  81  to   95%    Excellent
  3. B  =  71  to    80%   Superior If you have this mark at 1st try B+  /  if it is your 2nd try you will get B-
  4. C  =  61  to   70%    Average  you will need to redo the exam to receive a B- if  your mark is 71+, if not redo the
  5. D  =  51  to   60%    Inferior you are require to redo the complete program
  6. E  =    0  to   50 %   Failure this is not your vocation
Name of Course
Minimum 1 Thesis
Master’s Degree in Christian Leadership
Students wanting to enter the 18-credit Master’s Degree in Christian Leadership program must have completed a Bachelor Degree in ministry.
The Master’s Degree in Christian Leadership prepares students for advanced professional competence in a Christian community.
Upon the successful completion of the Master’s Degree in Christian Leadership, the students should be able to:

  • demonstrate competence in communicating the Word effectively in a variety of settings
  • articulate a ministry vision with the related goals and strategic planning to ensure it’s practical success
  • exercise skill in managing conflict
  • communicate God’s truth clearly, accurately, and convincingly
  • prepare men and women to serve the church in a variety of leadership positions
  • provide a solid understanding of Biblical leadership principles and strategies
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in church ministry
  • understand and develop own leadership style and philosophy of leadership and ministry based on solid theological, philosophical and
    leadership principles
  • justify Biblical lay leadership development in a ministry setting
  • compare and contrast from a historical and theological basis the various theories of management and leadership within the context of
    contemporary scholarship
  • determine the best practices of management and leadership for the contemporary Christian ministry or organization
  • analyse practical managerial scenarios identifying the administrative skills and leadership abilities needed for the most successful outcome
  • discover and evaluate various practical principles and procedures for dealing with conflict situations and difficult people
  • differentiate between the various interpersonal abilities which allow a leader to become a successful change agent in a ministry or
    organizational setting
  • formulate the stages of leadership development
  • acquire an ability to lead out of the model and example of Jesus as a servant leader
  • acquire practical knowledge and experience of team dynamics and the ability to develop and lead a team toward mutual accomplishment of
    God-given goals
  • use research methods and resources in the discipline
  • formulate appropriate research questions