PHD In Intercultural Global Leadership
The PhDIGL program focuses on enhancing the professional competencies necessary for providing leadership in a wide variety of transnational, intercultural business and educational organizations. The program is grounded in a biblically based curriculum and is designed for Christian leaders whose work in an ecumenical environment or global business enterprise necessitates a higher level of skill in intercultural relations.
Students who complete the PhDIGL program will
- acquire comprehensive interdisciplinary knowledge of Intercultural Studies leading to production of new and original understandings and theoretical constructs and their culturally appropriate applications;
- demonstrate competency in and knowledge of global leadership, including how to manage intercultural groups and facilitate cooperation between members of such groups through understanding and compassion;
- produce a research dissertation and an empirical research article, both appropriate to the level of a PhD degree, based on rigorous scholarship, and suitable for publication; and
- be equipped with the skills necessary for involvement in service of multinational organizations and professional leadership.
|Foundational Courses and Electives||40 Credits|
|Dissertation Courses (Proposal, Field Research, and Writing)||20 Credits|
|Total 60 Credits|
|Program Director: Dr. Si Ha Yoo|
|Program Coordinators: Rev. Jung Suk Kim, Rev. Dong Kuk Kim|
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