Global Leadership

Doctor of Philosophy Degree

Ph.D. Global Leadership

Program Purpose: The purpose of this program is to educate and graduate students with the knowledge and capabilities of filling and executing a leadership position on the leadership front. Successful students will complete the program ready to schematize and execute Acts 26:18.

Entrance Requirements

Ph. D. Global Leadership

MA Global Leadership


B. A. Global Leadership

Program Description

The program description for this discipline is a multi-complex blend of studies infused with Apostleship that educates students in the concepts, acts, governance, and statesmanship of apostles commissioned by the risen Lord Jesus Christ to represent Him in the world.

Students entering the program may do so following successful completion of the master’s study in this subject. They may also take designated courses in this program concurrent with their master’s studies.

Advanced Christology, apostolic Christian courses, Biblical Psychology (advanced courses) Biblical and practical law and government, humanities or its equivalent along with political science, neurotheology, and basic psychology are all prerequisite or requisites in this study. It should be noted that this is a screened enrollment program.

Program Objectives

The objectives of the Doctor of Philosophy in Global Leadership Program are to:

    • Introduce students to the program and its criteria to frame students’ mind for its traditional and innovative teachings.
    • Build on undergraduate studies in this subject area to advance students toward terminal degree or augment previous study in this area to complete requisite or prerequisite preparations for advanced or specialized study in this discipline.
    • Initiate or build on prior studies in this subject to construct students for deeper or more all-embracing study of this subject.
    • Meet requirements for intricate exposition treatment of the subject in pursuit of the graduate degree.
    • Deliver multiplexed lectures that engage students in several discussions, to catechize students on its most meaningful concepts and intrinsic principles and to assure students have sufficient information to pass the program and ample material to complete assignments.
    • Review, etymologize, and pragmatize all subject terminology to promote students’ practice and appreciation of course subject matter.
    • Establish for students the terminologies and scripture premises for insuring students obtain the foundations for diplomacy as the centerpiece of all global leadership.
    • Discuss the mediatorial and advocacy strands of global leadership so students realize that sermonizing and church planting are not God’s only or first divine priorities.
    • Lecture the essential features of global leadership and how they differ greatly from church leadership, so students broaden their ideas as leadership outside the church of Jesus Christ.
    • Educate students on the principles and practices of commissioned service as it facilitates diplomacy and ambassadorships, so students reorganize the type and stature of ministry they are contemplating.
    • Lecture and discuss the differences between the local church and an ecclesial embassy so students upgrade their ministry’s founding and execution perspectives.
    • Create environments that showcase apostolically driven leadership, particularly as it adapts to the worldwide front.
    • Require students to research, utilize research findings, and sketch how their leadership attributes and skills ought to transform to carry a global vision or commission.
    • Pair or quad students to foster the collaborative characteristics needed to work with nationals and other officials and authorities in other countries.
    • Demonstrate why Apostleship can innately reflect a global leadership commission.
    • Assign the formation and discharge of simulated internationalism that frames and fashions illustrations of globalism and its persuasive brand of leadership in action.
    • Invite speakers in this field to address the class and answer questions on this subject to put students in touch with its realities.
    • Require students to conduct field studies that expose them to this subject and allow them to experiment with it.
    • Teach students about statesmanship as a key factor in global leadership, so they are acquainted with the protocols, etiquette, and mandates that make for a successful global leader.
    • Require students to find internships that enable them to actualize teachings.
    • Integrate humanities, sociology, and practical science in teachings to assure students understand that people and their needs are at the heart of any ministerial effort and respond to them impartially.
    • Equip students to participate in policy, to work for the rights of others and to support government endeavoring to enfold God’s righteousness in their legislations, laws, and litigations.
    • Train students to serve as ambassadors, consuls, and other diplomatic servants in their leadership capacities.
    • Prepare students for the spiritual encounters and conflicts they will face as they take on global issues and powers by teaching them about spiritual protocratics and spiritual warfare.
    • Enlarge student’s divine communication faculties to include practical, diplomatic, and governmental language so they are not limited in their solutions and leadership resolutions and the ability to communicate them articulately.
    • Enable students to produce courses and submissions that meet completion criteria for passing the program with an 80% or better grade.
  • R3 - 5 Years
  • R3.0 GPA or Higher to Pass

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Program Details

Program Outcomes

The outcomes of the Doctor of Philosophy in Global Leadership Program will give students:

    • The ability to detect the type of global leadership apostles display so they separate the usual leadership and ministry from that of apostleship.
    • The ability to assimilate the program’s wisdom in ideologies and philosophies without compromising God’s scriptures and His doctrinal canon so students remain loyal to Him and draw disciples to His Son’s redemption.
    • The ability to cooperate and collaborate with nationals they encounter as a global leader.
    • The ability to serve international leaders without displacing God’s wisdom logic and perspectives in their advice.
    • The ability to partner with world leaders in the reformation of their governments or parts of it to install or revive human rights, citizen considerations, public good in their legislation.
    • The ability to address and pragmatically resolve or abate human issues to Christ’s advantage and to serve His best intents as they relieve suffering and restrain abuse to effectuate studies received at Price University education.
    • The ability to see global leadership as a seven-sphere assignment that tasks the Christian’s international with holistic treatments of nations and their people so students healthify (Wiktionary) their clients.
    • The ability to impress world leaders with God’s wisdom, thereby gaining access to their proceedings and deliberation to fulfill Price University’s V.I.V.A.S. objective.
    • The ability to put the V.I.V.A.S. objective into effect so it becomes an outcome to anchor students to the reasons why they chose a Price University education.
    • The ability to converse intelligently with global leaders to gain their respect and trust, as well as to make each student an indispensable asset to them.
    • The ability to initiate reforms when possible that catalyze change when opportunities arise, secure the Lord’s stronghold in His chosen nations in the process.
    • The ability to constitutionalize national aims and legislation, so the principles and precepts of Jesus Christ may be embedded in global governance.
    • The ability to form alliances that guard the work done on a global front, so students know how important relationships are, to their sustained and fruitful leadership.
    • The ability to qualify for international posts and be compensated as a diplomat, advisor, trainer, etc., to bring Christ’s wisdom and counsel to the leadership.
    • The ability to train onsite and foreign leaders, to disseminate Price University’s global leadership education, throughout the world.
    • The ability to complete course and degree qualifying requirements, including written and verbal examination, oral defense, presentment of created material or concept, demonstration of subject mastery; when assigned, completed field studies, extensive research and its outcomes that prove theories or show successful casework and satisfactorily completed internship or apprenticeship of 500 or more hours.

Completion Requirements

Students must complete their training with passing grade 3.0 or higher in major core course requirements. Student must take a minimum of 45 credit hours with Price University to meet graduation requirements.

Homework, Assignments, Submissions, Tracking

The program syllabus and student requirements will be available through the student portal access. Lectures will be conducted online as necessary throughout their program.

Access to online lectures will be given through the Student Portal Access.

Quizzes and exams will also be completed through the portal’s class instructions and other requirements will be explained for each assignment.

Students will receive assignments, upload assignments, and see their grades inside of their portal.

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