Program

Structure

2 Terms

4 Full Weeks

296 Teaching and Training Hours

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Term I

Full time week: February 5-11, 2018

  • Ecclesiology 1 (8h)

  • Negotiation (12h)

  • The Social Teaching of the Church on Labor and Business (8h)

  • Business Ethics and Anthropology of Organization (12h)

February-May 2018 – 13 weeks (4hours per week + 4 Saturdays 4hours per week; Easter week excluded)

  • Governance Structures in the Church (12h)

  • Patrimonial Canon Law (12h)

  • Ecclesiology II (8h)

  • Team Building I (8h)

  • Leadership (12h)

  • Comparative Law and Economics – Financial Vatican Law (12h)

  • Team Building II (4h)

Full Time Week: September 17-23, 2018

  • Accounting for Church Institutions (24h)

  • Economic Foundations (16h)

Term II

Full Time Week: September 24-30, 2018

  • Crisis Management I (8h)

  • Crisis Management II (8h)

  • Finance and Assets Management (16h)

  • Fundraising I (8h)

  • Fundraising II (4h)

October 2018-January 2019 – 13 Weeks (4hours per week + 4 Saturdays 4hours per week; Christmas weeks excluded)

  • Church Communications and Accountability to the Faithful (12h)

  • Theory and Economics of Management (8h)

  • Organization Design (8h)

  • Pastoral People Management I (8h)

  • Pastoral People Management II (4h)

  • Entrepreneurial Lab for Social Impact Projects (12h)

  • Real Estate Management as Stewardship (4h)

  • Project Management (12h)

Full Time Week: February 4-10, 2019

  • Management & Change of Ecclesiastic Organizations (16h)

  • Governance Design and Transparency in the Church (12h)

  • Planning and Controls (12h)

 

 

Enrollment

Admission to the program is selective. Following submission of the application, interested students will be interviewed by the program directors.

Application deadline: October 31, 2017.
Early bird registration: 10% discount for participants who register before September 15, 2017.

Need-based and competitive scholarships are available for the Full Program and Single Term enrollment.

Students who are not able to attend the full program may apply for either One Term or one or more Intensive Weeks (40 hours of instruction).

Students who enroll for the Full Program (Two Terms) will be given precedence over students who choose One Term or Full Week.

 

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