Master in Leadership and Management of Organizations

The Master’s Program in Leadership and Management of Organizations is jointly organized with “Development Associates International” (DAI), an American organization with extensive experience in adult education.

It responds to the crying lack of Christian leaders sufficiently equipped to ensure the take-off of our religious and non-religious organizations, our businesses and, more generally, our countries.

The Master of Leadership program is therefore given the mission of equipping learners essential tools for the transformation of their character and their practices in order to become agents of transformation of their socio-professional environment.

It is based on the principle of servant leader who, by ensuring that the objectives of the organization are achieved, is concerned with the full development of the potential of the people he leads.


The Master’s Program in Leadership and Management of Organizations is open to a multidisciplinary public, local and sub-regional. Laureates must have at least a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and at least two years of professional experience.


The program extends over three years, six semesters, and is based on a hybrid teaching method characterized by face-to-face sessions (5 to 10 days at the beginning of each semester) and periods of practical work, from a distance , individually or in groups, to be delivered according to a predetermined schedule.

Each semester, students take two to three courses. The interactive teaching method is favored in order to involve, as much as possible, students in achieving the objectives of each course. Examinations of courses seen during a semester are organized at the beginning of the following semester before starting a new series of courses.


Structure of the program

Courses offered in Master of Leadership and Management of Organizations are:

  1. Integrity and Finances
  2. Mobilization of funds
  3. Project Management
  4. Theory of organizations
  5. Strategic Management
  6. Methodology of scientific research
  7. Development and social change
  8. Women in ministry and leadership
  9. Leadership: Making Human Force Productive
  10. Spiritual formation
  11. Effective teaching and learning
  12. Ethics for life and leadership
  13. Strategic Thinking
  14. Management and peaceful resolution of conflicts
  15. Culture, Diversity and Ethnicity


After the face-to-face session ICTs are used (e-mail, web site, forums) to facilitate exchanges between students and teachers.

The Master’s Program in Leadership and Management of Organizations is closed by a research project (Master’s thesis) to be defended before a jury.