| Evaluated Learning Experience
MIN-051 Theories and Concepts of Ministerial Leadership / Teorías y Conceptos del Liderazgo Ministerial
50 hours (5 weeks).
September 2021 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: Define leadership from an academic, ecclesiastical, and ministerial perspective; identify the necessary elements to be an impacting leader in our community, church and/or place of employment; explain the concepts of leadership that make this a task that involves everyone; affirm the areas of leadership where we are strong and reinforce those where we lack skills; design a leadership model that helps start and/or revitalize their ministries.
Instruction is offered completely online or in synchronous format through the use of study guides, required and supplemental readings, quizzes, homework, lab-required interaction with the instructor, and/or final exams. The course assesses students’ end-of-course knowledge and skills in an online format. Major topics taught in this course include a general study on the integration of ministerial / pastoral and leadership theory and practice in the Hispanic Pentecostal context. This is a Leadership course that will discuss the different theories and concepts of leadership from a ministerial and ecclesiastical perspective, applicable to your ministerial context. Emphasis will be placed on those concepts that help open a ministry according to divine design, providing models that prepare the leader / pastor, impacting leadership and decision-making in your ministry. In addition, the culture and identity of the ministry context will be examined to better understand the dynamics of leadership.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Introduction to Ministerial Leadership, Introduction to Leadership Studies, or Introduction to Pastoral Ministry (9/21).