Evangelism and Leadership

Our mission is to develop Christian professionals skilled in theory and practice for culturally-relevant service in a constantly changing world.


In addition to our regular teaching faculty, in both degrees world-class leaders such as Alan Hirsch, Mike Breen, Ed Stetzer, Neil Cole, Dave and John Ferguson, Wayne Gordon, and Paco Amador serve as guest lecturers. As part of both the Wheaton College Graduate School and the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism, we are also a connection to all of their outstanding resources, networks, and people.

Master of Arts Degrees

The Masters in Evangelism and Leadership  is a degree for leaders with evangelistic passion and missional edge. It will motivate and equip you to become a change agent for the gospel in whatever church, organizational, marketplace, or missionary context in which you find yourself.

The Masters in Missional Church Movements is a degree for church and parachurch planters, reproducers, movement makers, and entrepreneurial leaders.

Flexible Options for Completing an M.A. Degree

Both of these M.A. degrees can be completed in several formats in order to meet the diverse needs of our students. These formats include completing the degree as a residential student (full-time or part-time), in a cohort (full-time or part-time) taking some intensive classes on campus and others at a distance, and also provides the opportunity to take some classes at HoneyRock - Outdoor Center for Leadership Development of Wheaton College. Wheaton College undergraduate students also have the option of completing their studies with an Accelerated M.A. degree.

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