Online Bachelor of Arts in Humanitarian Leadership
Leadership Skills to Help Those in Crisis
Multitudes of people want to help those in crisis through emergency assistance and ongoing relief and support, but many do not know how to focus their efforts, or even where to begin. The Bachelor of Arts in Humanitarian Leadership is specifically designed to prepare individuals for this calling and to give such people the specific leadership skills needed in today’s demanding environment. Whether you feel God’s leading to spend a few months or a lifetime helping those impacted by natural and human-made disasters, this major will give you the knowledge and tools to make an immediate impact in your local community, your region, and your world.
The BA in Humanitarian Leadership focuses on preparation for, immediate response to, and ongoing support in domestic and international settings. In addition, this program enables graduates to partner with agencies that support community development, migrant and refuge outreaches, children and youth affected by abuse or displacement support, and public policy initiatives.
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80+ years of experience and knowledge went into creating our online courses.
Every course includes a component that helps you relate the subject to your faith.
Faculty Who Care
Our instructors are experts who love students and bring out their very best.
Why Choose Northwest University for your Humanitarian Leadership Degree?
Graduates of this program will:
- Discuss the heart of God as the motivation for effective and sustained compassion activities.
Assess procedures for supporting those who provide compassion services.
Formulate effective physical, psychological, and spiritual methods of helping people in poverty and people experiencing suffering.
Develop approaches for working in cooperation with other compassion providers on local, regional, national, and international levels.
Critique administrative and financial strategies for presenting and supporting humanitarian projects.
Design efficient and effective activities for providing initial and ongoing disaster relief services in domestic and international settings.