Graduate Degree in Executive Leadership, Pastoral Care, and Change (GCL)
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Graduate Degree in Executive Leadership, Pastoral Care, and Change (GCL)
The Graduate Degree Program in Executive Leadership, Pastoral Care, & Change is for faith-based individuals who are aspiring to become coach practitioners to pastors, faith-based executives, and leaders. To earn the Graduate Degree Program in Executive Leadership, Pastoral Care, & Change, students must complete (8) required reading lectures and Core Course papers from their reading lectures, as well as perform the accompanying labs for each lecture. Using the list of approved textbooks, completion of this Degree will result in the Graduate (Master’s Level) Degree in Executive Coaching, Pastoral Leadership & Change. The total completion hours from all Core Course textbooks combined is 80-hours of reading lectures with papers. In addition, this Degree offers 8 to 16-hours of coaching labs consisting of a combination of live recorded coaching sessions with transcripts (at least one coaching session must be completed per 4 to 6 weeks) and at least once a week students must post to the Instructor’s discussion question forum (if any) provided by the instructor. The total program is a minimum of 88 and a maximum of 96 program course time hours. Program completion requires all 8 courses as shown in the Program Course Outline.
Type of Award: Graduate Degree (Master’s)
The total completion hours from all Core Course textbooks combined for this degree program is 88-contact hours which includes a combination of reading lectures, course papers, coaching labs, and/or discussion forums (if any are provided to the class by the instructor via the discussion forum online). The total program is a minimum of 88 and a maximum of 96 program course time hours depending on the number of coaching labs you wish to include in your program. Program completion requires all 8 courses as shown in the Program Course Outline.
Program Course Outline
Complete Listing of Subjects
|SUBJECT #||SUBJECT TITLE||
COURSE TIME HOURS
|GCL 410||PROCESS-CENTRIC EXECUTIVE COACHING||10 / 2 / 0 / 12|
|GCL 420||WHAT MATTERS MOST TO LEADERS||10 / 2 / 0 / 12|
|GCL 430||BECOMING A BETTER LEADER BY BECOMING A BETTER COACH||10 / 2 / 0 / 12|
|GCL 440||MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT ON BUSINESS LEADERS||10 / 2 / 0 / 12|
|GCL 450||MISSION MAKING FOR CHANGE||10 / 2 / 0 / 12|
|GCL 460||DIAMONDS FOR CHRISTIAN LEADERS||10 / 2 / 0 / 12|
|GCL 470||RESULTS-ORIENTED CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP||10 / 2 / 0 / 12|
|GCL 480||THE POWER OF FAITH COACHING||10 / 2 / 0 / 12|
|MAXIMUM COURSE TIME HOURS FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION||80/ 16/ 0 /96|
|MINIMUM COURSE TIME HOURS FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION||80/ 8/ 0 /88|
ESTIMATED LENGTH OF TIME IN MONTHS FOR COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAM:
- Minimum # of months: 8 to 12 self-paced
- Suggested # of months: 12 to 24
- Maximum # of months: 36
- Students are encouraged to follow the assignment timing guidelines outlined in the policy on Progress Standards and Academic Probation.
- Minimum # of course labs required is 4 labs equal to 8 contact hours.
A Complete Synopsis of each Subject offered for this Program is shown above and found in the Course Catalog.
Program Admission Requirements
There are no prerequisites for application into this ELTU Graduate Degree Program other than admission to ELTU. Upon receipt and approval of the ELTU admissions application to the School and payment of the fees, a student may start this program.
Due to the specific nature of ELTU programs and services, ELTU will not provide prior credit for education, training, or experience provided by or obtained from institutions other than ELTU or ELTU alliances. Coach-specific programs may be considered on a case-by-case basis if the education or experience was provided by ELTU faculty while employed by ELTU or an ELTU alliance organization. The record of prior education form and request for prior ELTU credit must be submitted in advance with the ELTU Admissions Application to the ELTU School Director for approval of ELTU related prior credits. Otherwise, no credit for prior education or training is granted by ELTU for any degree programs or certificate, and all students must complete the required number of ELTU courses specified for each program or certificate in order to fulfill their chosen ELTU program or certificate seminar series. (See policy: Credit for Previous Training and Experience)
Tuition & Expenses
Students will graduate from the program, earn the degree, receive a completion certificate or transcript when all fees are paid in full to the School’s Financial Office.
|PROGRAM AND COST|
|Program Name||GRADUATE DEGREE IN EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP, PASTORAL CARE, & CHANGE MANAGEMENT|
|Program Length||88 Minimum Contact Hours||Date training is to begin|
|Course Type||☒ Program||☐ Seminar (single)||☐ Seminar (series)|
|Method of Delivery||Asynchronous|
|Max Time Allowed||24 months|
|Tuition**||$2,625||Add-on Optional Expenses|
|Registration Fee***||$100||Add-on Degree / Seminar Series||$2,000|
|Matriculation Fee||$1,288||Add-on Book Publishing Package||$2,400|
|**SAVE $$ STUDENT DISCOUNTS apply for tuition and fees paid in advance||Payment Plan Enrollment Fee ***||$150|
|**Tuition represents the cost of ELTU delivered courses and does not include textbooks, supplies, or other expenses. Textbooks may be purchased from ELTU separately or from your favorite book dealer or www.Amazon.com. Students are responsible for the cost of their own Internet provider service, computer equipment, email, etc. which are needed to access and complete ELTU courses and programs. Any cost shown for book fees or supplies are estimates only based on current cost and subject to change.|
|TOTAL PROGRAM COST:||$4,013||TOTAL IF PAID IN ADVANCE:||$3,513|
|METHOD OF PAYMENT|
|PAYMENT PLAN A||PAYMENT PLAN B||ADVANCED PAYMENT OF TUITION & FEES IF PAID IN FULL||ADVANCED PAYMENT OF TUITION ONLY|
|12 Monthly Installments with No Interest*||24 Monthly Installments with No Interest*||$3,513||$2,325|
|$326||$163||SAVINGS AMOUNT:||SAVINGS AMOUNT:|
|Monthly plus the student’s chosen optional Add-on package(s).||Monthly plus the student’s chosen optional Add-on package(s).||No remaining fees if Tuition & Expenses paid in advance.||Matriculation Fees to be paid via 12 monthly installments with No Interest.|
|We accept all payments online via credit or debit cards. *Installments will be setup on automatic recurring payments on the ELTU website for electronic processing. Students may elect to set up Automatic Bill Pay, Auto Credit or Auto Debit Card Payments, with their bank or other Auto recurring electronic provider. Fees shown with three asterisks *** such as Payment Plan Enrollment Fee and Registration Fee are required at the time of Admission’s Application for processing, and are therefore non-refundable unless the Student’s Admissions Application is not approved.|
|Any holder of this consumer credit contract is subject to all claims and defenses which the debtor could assert against the seller of goods or services obtained pursuant hereto or with the proceeds hereof. Recovery hereunder by the debtor shall not exceed the amounts paid by the debtor hereunder.|
|The payment plans shown under Method of Payment do not include Student selected optional Add-on Packages. Voluntary Add-on fees will be calculated and added to the plan if and when the student chooses an optional Add-on Package. ELTU Inaugural Scholarship Recipients receive a Waiver of Tuition Form after submitting the Student Enrollment Agreement and receiving Scholarship approval.|
|A full refund will be made to any student who cancels the enrollment contract within 72 hours (until midnight of the third day excluding Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays) after the enrollment contact is signed.|
How it Works
Step 1: Login to ELTU Student Portal.
Step 2: Search and Download Course Syllabus materials.
Step 3: Post once weekly to Instructor’s Discussion Forum.
Step 4: Journal Lesson Summary from textbook reading and intimate time with God.
Step 5: Turn in Coaching Lab or other assignment from course outline.
Step 6: Receive Written Feedback and Grade from Course Instructor.
Step 7: Repeat above steps for Each Course in the Program Outline.
Start in any month. You will complete one course at a time in sequential order as shown in the Program Outline for your desired program degree, certificate, or seminar. Students are able to work at their own pace as long as they complete – one course approximately every 4 to 11 weeks.
Student Advisory Roadmap
The below is an example for illustrative purposes only of one way a student may choose to do the program. The ELTU Admissions Office will work with the student upon enrollment to assist the student in determining his/her own customized Student Advisory Roadmap. The Student Advisory Roadmap is designed to be a suggested guide to help students complete the program satisfactorily within their desired timeframe. Each Student Advisory Roadmap varies depending on the student’s goal and timeline for program completion. The Student Advisory Roadmap, the Instructor’s Syllabus, and the University’s policies on Progress Standards are all meant to be used together to help the student complete his/her chosen program successfully. (See Progress Standards and Academic Probation)
Students May Start in Any Month
|SAMPLE – STUDENT ADVISORY ROADMAP|
|JAN||PROCESS-CENTRIC EXECUTIVE COACHING|
|FEB||WHAT MATTERS MOST TO LEADERS|
|MAR||BECOMING A BETTER LEADER BY BECOMING A BETTER COACH|
|APR||MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT ON BUSINESS LEADERS|
|MAY||MISSION MAKING FOR CHANGE|
|JUN||DIAMONDS FOR CHRISTIAN LEADERS|
|JUL||RESULTS-ORIENTED CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP|
|AUG||THE POWER OF FAITH COACHING|
Core Course Lectures
The Core Courses Lectures typically consists of one textbook or a combination of textbook readings, videos, podcasts, and/or workbooks. The Core Courses listed also typically require a course paper to be submitted using the required textbook designated for the course as shown in the Course Catalog and Course Syllabus. Textbooks may be ordered via Amazon or any major online bookstore. Although all textbooks may be ordered simultaneously, assignments must be submitted one at a time in the order of the courses listed in the Program Course Outline for grading and feedback purposes.
In order to pass the course, upon reading the textbook for each Core Course Reading Lecture, you will write a 5 to 10-page summary describing what you read. Unless otherwise instructed, you may only use the specified textbook authorized in the Program Course Catalog for each Course. You will submit the written course paper for a grade. Your course paper should reflect at least a paragraph for each chapter in the book. No less than 5 pages and no more than 10 pages of written material will be accepted for the course paper. In your course paper, you must cite the page number like this (page XX) referring to the page number from where you have drawn your conclusions or remarks in your paper. Your instructor will refer to the Grading Rubric shown in this manual to determine your grade for each course, so be sure to review the Grading Rubric so that you will have an idea of what is expected for each grade.
All students in the program will do a weekly check-in by participating in the Live Group Discussion Forum Online or Posted Discussion Forum Online. The student will continue this weekly check-in process for the duration of the program using the instructions found in the Class Syllabus. If a student has missed four weekly Discussion Forum check-ins or has not been consistent with Live Group Discussion Forum Online or Posted Discussion Forum Online, the Instructor may recommend that the student be withdrawn from the program roster (see policy on Satisfactory Progress and Academic Probation).
When ready to submit each of your Course assignments or papers, student will submit each assignment/paper electronically one at a time via secured methods and instructions provided in the Course Syllabus. The student will receive a grade or feedback from the instructor after each completed assignment so that remarks can be considered for continued learning and completing future assignments. Refer to the Grading Rubric.
While completing each core course, the student will complete two 1-hour coaching labs for each Core Course in the Program Course listing. The coaching lab may focus on any topic raised by the person being coached; it does not have to be a topic in the course textbook. The student not the school is responsible for establishing the coaching relationship with a person being coached; this means the student will make himself/herself accessible in a coaching relationship to explore the coaching process for the benefit of the person being coached. Students will refer to the detailed instructions below to see the coaching lab requirements for each course.
Student will put together two 1-hour live coaching sessions recorded with permission for each Course as shown in the Complete Listing of Subjects. The student must submit at least 2 coaching labs for any one core course and a minimum of (8) labs is required for the entire program; the student may choose to complete all of the core course coaching labs depending on his/her outcome goals. After recording the coaching session with the permission of the person being coached, the student will submit an audio recording for performance evaluation purposes and continuous improvement. Coaching Lab should be a coaching session engagement with any individual who is not already a coach (unless the person is a regular client of the student). The coaching lab may be a paid or pro-bono coaching session. Coaching labs enable the student to practice learned techniques and identify strengths and weaknesses, highlight areas for improvement, and track and monitor coaching performance. The labs become a source of motivation and reward for the student to use as a tool to assist in planning their development and growth. Permission must be granted in the recorded session by the individual being coached to use the coaching session. Students will keep a copy of the coaching lab recording file for their records and submit one file for their coaching lab evaluation grade.
Lab File Guidelines
- In MP3, WMA or MP4 (audio) formats. Other formats will not be accepted. 95 megabytes or less for each file. Use a lower bit rate to decrease file size, if needed.
- Student will label the files with student’s name and a number, i.e., JoeSmith1.mp3.
- Providing a URL to download or stream audio recordings will not be accepted.
- A complete coaching session (unedited) lasting between 20 and 60 minutes. Those that exceed 60-minutes will not be scored.
- From an actual live coaching session between the student and a paid or pro-bono client. The individual being coached may not be a coach unless they are a regular client of the student’s practice.
- English language only is acceptable when coaching session is submitted for this course.
Discussion Forum Online
ELTU Instructors offer either a Live Group Discussion Forum Event or an ELTU Student Community Posted Discussion Forum Online. The Discussion Forum is the place for knowledge sharing with those who are enrolled at ELTU currently, or to hear from others who have been enrolled previously and have posted their experiences and comments in reply to the Instructor’s Questions covered in the Course Curriculum / Syllabus. These questions are typically regarding personal, professional, or spiritual transformation, leadership, coaching, change management, or any aspect of the given course or program. Where you see an icon labelled “Discussion Forum” or content labelled as such in your Class syllabus, your participation in the Discussion Forum is required and will be graded to successfully complete the program. Where indicated in your Syllabus, a student may attend a live Discussion Forum via ELTU events or ELTU live seminars offered in lieu of posting to the ELTU student community discussion board. If these live events are available, they will be posted to the ELTU student community discussion boards and listed on your syllabus. If a student has not attended either a Live Discussion Forum Event Seminar or Posted Discussion Forum Online to perform and complete the required weekly check-ins, the Instructor may recommend to the School Director that the student be withdrawn from the program (see policy on Satisfactory Progress and Academic Probation).
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