Toccoa Falls College Division of Graduate Studies is proud to present two outstanding programs designed to inspire, challenge, and empower you through the inner workings of the Holy Spirit to be prepared for the professional opportunities God brings into your life.
The Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership develops marketplace professionals with advanced organizational knowledge, skills, and research capabilities for service in leadership roles in business, government, non-profit, ministerial, or educational settings by integrating the pursuit of truth with godly character.
A graduate of the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) will be equipped to:
- Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of theories and scholars of leadership, organizational culture and communications, and an awareness of the application of these principles from a biblical worldview perspective.
- Integrate learning from the course materials in critical thinking, problem solving and decision making in their own leadership contexts.
- Evaluate from a biblical perspective the specific skills, competencies and points of view needed by leaders and professionals in their field.
- Discover, apply, and appraise leader skills, theories, and techniques essential for leading efficient and effective teams.
- Identify, investigate, and critically evaluate academic research on leadership and organizational behavior.
- Demonstrate, explain, and facilitate ethical reasoning and decision making in organizational leadership based on a biblical worldview, personal ethics and integrity, social responsibility, moral character, and a strong work ethic.
Options exist for concentrations in:
Additional courses to focus on specific managerial aspects of business leadership while gaining the benefit of the broader MAOL.
Courses that specifically address and prepare church, non-profit, and faith-based organizational leaders for the challenges faced in leadership beyond the theological preparation they may have already received.
Courses to add a deeper understanding of the unique skills necessary for missions, mission organizational leadership, international non-profit development and for enhancing networking and partnership skills across the globe.
Courses designed to sharpen management skills of sports facilities, events, and athletic organizations, as well as navigating sports communications, marketing, and the use of new technologies.
The Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) develops fully-licensed clinicians with the skills and knowledge to provide ethical, competent, and compassionate therapy for individual, marriages, and families within a multicultural, integrated Christian framework.
A short, non-licensure study option is also available as a 15 credit-hour (5 courses) Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Counseling.
Students in these programs will:
- Acquire in-depth knowledge of the theories, theorists, research and diagnosis methodologies through the use of case studies, development of problems, and other techniques specific to MFT.
- Appreciate the importance of employing global awareness and the understanding of diverse cultures and perspectives when conducting therapy.
- Analyze and apply course material in critical thinking, case conceptualization, problem solving, and decision making consistent with a biblical worldview.
- Demonstrate specific skills and competencies in working with individuals, couples, and families in a compassionate manner.
- Identify, investigate, and synthesize academic research on relevant topics in the MFT field.
- Demonstrate, explain, and facilitate ethical reasoning and decision making in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy.
We pray that TFC will be God’s instrument for your development. We hope to prepare you to be “equipped for every good work” (II Timothy 3:17). Come. Pursue excellence. Be the agents of change.
For our Graduate Programs, you will need to submit:
- $50 Application Fee
- Personal Faith Narrative Essay
- Statement of Intent Essay
- Current Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- All college transcripts from undergraduate and graduate schools.
- A cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher, a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher, or a combined score of 300 for the verbal and quantitative sections of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) taken after 8/1/11.
If you are applying for M.A. in Marriage & Family Therapy, you will need to submit the following additional documents:
- A cumulative undergraduate or graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher on the last degree bearing transcript.
- At least 6 earned credit hours in Psychology or Counseling, or acceptable equivalent.
- Three recommendations, at least one from a professor and one from a supervisor/professional.