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Master of Arts in Religion—Workplace Theology, Ethics and Leadership

Interested in building bridges between religious and secular worlds, churches and corporations, seminaries and business schools?  The Master of Arts in Religion—Workplace Theology, Ethics & Leadership degree 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 M.A. in 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

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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