• Welcome!

    Meet Professor Martine Audeoud

    PhD, Bernelli University, PA - School Administration

    DMin, Bakke Graduate University

    To read Dr. Martine Audeoud's biography click here.  

    About this course:

         We look forward to serving you online. We are here to provide a superior academic experience within a strong faith-integrated environment. This class will provide the opportunity for you to pray with professor and fellow students, share worship songs, reflect on various scriptures, etc. Please let us know what we can do to perfect this online experience for you! Thank you for choosing Bakke Graduate University.  God bless. 

         The BGU Joy-At-Work values will be woven throughout the course as BGU seeks to strengthen leaders who steward resources with and for vulnerable people and places, by means of contextual, Christian-based education innovatively delivered throughout the urban world.

    After having completed this certificate course, you should be able to:

    1. Identify the characteristics of your own leadership style and challenges within your institution, the complexities of your environment.

    2. Develop a statement that will reflect your own educational leadership values and aspirations, vision and mission for your institution.

    3. Identify the key assets and challenges of your relationships with your stakeholders and propose an action plan for yourself to develop values in these relationships.

    4. Identify the key curriculum specificities of your institution; assess their consistency with your institution’s values, vision, mission, and strategic plans. Propose changes that will increase the level of curriculum consistency within your institution’s curriculum delivery processes and empower all stakeholders to contribute to curriculum delivery.

    5. Enhance your understanding of the financial processes in your institution. Assess how they reflect the quality of your curriculum delivery and your relationships with your institution’s stakeholders in order to increase the quality of your stewardship. 

  • Lesson 5: Servant Leadership in Curriculum Development

    In this module, you will have the opportunity to think creatively about developing curricula that serve the specific learning needs of your students, especially those who are the most vulnerable, within the Joy at Work perspective. 


    Online Chapel

    Do you sometimes or often feel so imperfect, falling short from what you feel you are called to be?  Please do listen to this song All for Love.   


    Reflect on 1 John 1: 7 – “But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin.”

Lesson 4: Servant Leadership with Stakeholders (continued)Lesson 6: Servant Leadership in Curriculum Transformation