Master’s Degree Options
Master’s Degree Options
Master of Arts in Leadership
TOTAL COURSE CREDITS: 10
The master of arts in leadership is designed for working professionals and provides a deep foundation of problem-based learning about leadership from many different perspectives. The program is entirely online. Participants can expect to finish the program in two years. The master of arts can be applied to any field and is designed to help individuals explore how they are called to lead and can enhance their own ability to navigate personal leadership challenges. Click here to learn more >>
While applications are accepted on a rolling basis, the application deadline for this Fall is August 1.
Information for international graduate student applicants
Please note: Wartburg College is currently recruiting for online-only programs for fall of 2023, which require no U.S. residency, and are not U.S. visa-eligible programs. Therefore, Wartburg College does not issue I-20 visa application forms for students enrolling in the Graduate Certificate or M.A. Leadership programs. The following will be required of international graduate student applicants:
2023-24 Graduate Tuition
Master of Arts: $2300 per course credit
Leadership Certificate: $2300 per course credit
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Other Graduate Options
Graduate Leadership Certificate
TOTAL COURSE CREDITS: 6
The graduate leadership certificate provides a deep foundation of knowledge about leadership as an organic and systemic process that emerges from each individual in a unique fashion. The program is entirely online. Participants can expect to finish the program in approximately one year. The certificate program can be applied to any field and is designed to help individuals explore how they are called to lead and how they can enhance their own ability to navigate personal leadership challenges. You will be mentored and receive a high level of support as you progress through the program. Click here to learn more >>
Wartburg degree credit is earned through course credits. Other institutions may issue credits based on semester hours or quarter hours. The conversion table identifies the per course credit equivalencies. Contact the Registrar’s Office with questions. The college does not provide financial aid for certificate programs.
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Wartburg College is authorized by Iowa College Student Aid Commission to operate in Iowa and to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. In addition to the College’s student complaint procedure, students may contact the Iowa College Student Aid Commission at 877-272-4456 or by completing the complaint form at https://www.iowacollegeaid.gov/StudentComplaintForm.