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Master of Arts (Religion)—Workplace Theology, Ethics and Leadership (MAR-WTELL)

Interested in building bridges between religious and secular worlds, churches and corporations, seminaries and business schools?  The Master of Arts (Religion)—Workplace Theology, Ethics & Leadership degree (MAR-WTELL) will empower and equip you to live out your Christian faith in the secular marketplace by providing workplace-relevant biblical insight and significant business knowledge. Discover how to practically integrate your Christian commitment and career direction with a M.A. in Religion—Workplace Theology, Ethics & Leadership.

Typical Student

The Master of Arts (Religion)—Workplace Theology, Ethics & Leadership is designed for students who have had at least three years of active marketplace experience and desire to bring salt and light as a workplace disciple. Students are welcomed from a variety of backgrounds—young or old, male or female, east coasters or west coasters, pastors or laity. 

Potential Careers

  • Finance
  • Technology
  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Human Resources

Program Distinctives

  • Cohort model enables collaborative learning
  • Study/ministry visits to New York City, Seattle and Honduras provides hands-on learning in areas of finance, entrepreneurship and globalization
  • Practical business experience accompanied by history and theory
  • Direct engagement with business leaders and various workplaces
  • Significant increase of business knowledge, understanding of contemporary challenges and opportunities, sense of personal vocation and research skills

Program Details

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Spotlight Alum

“[Gordon-Conwell] has given me a more solid foundation with which to approach the people who I lead and collaborate with, and the systems, processes and initiatives we seek to improve upon. I have continued the dialog with my classmates and a few of the industry professionals who we connected with along the way, [which has been] extremely helpful to my profession.”

Phil Sandifer, MAR-WTEL ‘11
Director of Worship & Arts, Colonial Presbyterian Church; President/Founder, Urgent Media | Overland Park, KS