This innovative and interdisciplinary MA programme deals with the personal and ethical challenges of leadership in our times. It is a practice-oriented programme taught by teams of academics and practitioners. It will combine state of the art research with classical traditions, theories with “on the ground” experience and case studies.
- Oversee the contemporary discussion on leadership and leadership issues.
- Master the discourse pertinent to this field and engage with the scholarly debates within it.
- Examine the moral, cultural, political, religious, ideological and historical factors that influence leadership styles.
- Become familiar with the art of ethical decision making.
- Gain specialist knowledge of and develop the ability to critically analyse classical approaches to leadership and leadership ethics – from various philosophical and religious traditions.
- Begin to use an array of primary sources for research purposes.
Professor Clemens Sedmak, Theology & Religious Studies
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.
New degree - not known.
Year of entry 2013