In TWU’s BA in Leadership program, students prepare to become strong leaders across every industry and sector. With the backbone of Christian leadership principles, the program equips students for a world where rapid change has become the norm. 

TWU’s BA in Leadership program will give you the tools you need to lead well in whatever setting you find yourself. You will learn how to communicate better, work effectively in team environments, manage conflict, motivate colleagues, and lead authentically in ways that apply immediately to your work and life. If you’re looking to advance your career, become a leader in any capacity, or improve your real-world leadership skills, this program is for you. 

Come experience the most flexible degree completion program in Canada. 


Bachelor of Arts (BA)
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The degree completion program fits into your busy schedule, setting you up for success within a timeframe that works for you. Our advisors work with you, taking into account your educational and career background, to help you create a customized learning plan to suit your needs, goals, and schedule. 

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Our uniquely convenient model allows you to finish your program in just 18 months (dependent on incoming transfer credits). Courses run for six weeks at a time, one evening class a week in Langley or Richmond, B.C. You can also choose to take any or all of the courses online. With ongoing start dates throughout the year, you can begin anytime. 

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Solidify your learning experience by taking it directly into the workplace. Our experienced faculty focus on teaching practical, actionable knowledge. You’ll develop real workplace skills built on a solid academic foundation. Through an engaging learning environment and the practicum component of your degree, what you learn will be immediately applicable in your work and life. 

Careers in Leadership

Our leadership students currently include: 

  • business owners 
  • health care professionals 
  • human resources officers 
  • bank managers 
  • teaching assistants 
  • social workers 
  • firefighters 
  • police officers 

Some are eager to realize an educational dream they began many years ago but were interrupted with work, family, and life responsibilities.  

Others are retooling or preparing to re-enter the job market, finding that a degree has become a necessary credential to advance in their organization or make a career change.