Training 21st Century Leaders
There are thousands of books with the word “leader” in the title. Hundreds more are produced each year alongside articles and commentary.
The reason is simple – organizations, businesses, societies all need good leadership to successfully navigate in a highly uncertain environment.
The 21st century environment is characterized by disruption – caused by the mass movements of people, changing business practices, demographics, national and international conflicts, ideologies, and technology.
Here at CU, we are committed to training leaders for today’s complex and challenging organizational environments. Under the instruction of CU's highly skilled and credentialed faculty, our students examine contemporary leadership themes and principles — relating them to varied organizational contexts and putting them into practice. Whether you are interested in an MA in Leadership or a PhD in Leadership, you will find the John Wesley School of Leadership to be a highly flexible and affordable program of study. Our program allows for an anywhere, anytime approach to leadership study.
The John Wesley School of Leadership at Carolina University offers concentrations in Organizational Management, Educational Administration, and Ministry Administration, and our students study subjects such as organizational change, conflict resolution, strategic planning, and emotional intelligence. Graduates from the John Wesley School of Leadership hold national and international positions in global organizations, military contexts, non-profits, health care, educational institutions, government agencies, churches, and para-church ministries.
If you are thinking of earning an MA or PhD in Leadership, please contact the John Wesley School of Leadership at firstname.lastname@example.org today to schedule a time to talk with one of our advisors. Begin your leadership journey today!
Alumnus Adrian Gonzalez (Class of 2020) was recently named the head soccer coach at Millennium Charter Academy in Mt. Airy, NC. Gonzalez was a captain on the CU Bruins soccer team for three years, leading the team to the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) South Regional Championship in 2019. Gonzalez began playing soccer when he […]
The faculty, staff, administration and student body are saddened by the tragic death of our promising freshman business major and soccer team member Emmanuel Konneh. Emmanuel’s accidental death occurred while swimming with friends this afternoon. A native of Liberia, Emmanuel was an outgoing sweet spirited person that enjoyed his friends and teammates and loved attending […]
Dr. Charles Petitt, President of Carolina University addressed the student body about race relations this past week for the first chapel session of the 2020 academic year. Watch his message in the video below: