Organisational Leadership – Onsite May-June 2023 Intensive Course

Organisational Leadership (LF516, 3 Credits, Onsite)
24 May – 1 June (from Wednesday through the following Thursday, excluding Saturday and Sunday)
9.00 am-5.00 pm

A study of organizational behavior, development, and leadership, especially in faith-based organizations.  Students will interact with both biblical principles and best practices in the areas of organizational design, continued development and organizational health, team building, collaborative leadership, leadership development and succession strategies.

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Nov-Dec 2022 Intensive Courses



A special 30 ON 30 promotion for EAST regular courses as part of our 30th Anniversary celebrations! Each regular course will only cost $30 taken for audit and enrolled from July 2022 to June 2023. Savings of up to $220 or 88% off per course! The promotion is not applicable for course/s marked with #.

The upcoming in-person intensive classes run from 23 November to 2 December 2022, 9.00 AM–5.00 PM (from Wednesday through the following Friday, excluding Saturday and Sunday).

  1. Adolescent Psychology & Counselling (LF567, 3 Credits) – Dr Dohee Ahn (PsyD)
  2. Defending the Faith in Asia (IS502, 3 Credits) – Dr David Graieg (PhD)
  3. #Holy Land Study Tour (BS532, 3 Credits) – Dr Keith Shubert (PhD)

Registration deadline for the intensive courses is Tuesday, 15 November 2022 (except for the Holy Land Study Tour which has a deadline of 31 August 2022).

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Reflections on EAST Crisis Counselling Course


The EAST Crisis Counselling intensive class was held concurrently online and onsite over eight days from 25 May to 3 June 2022. The class sought to equip the students for effective emotional, spiritual and psychological care to others following times of crisis.

The class was taught primarily by Dr Anne Fallow and co-taught by Ms Karen Zando. Dr Anne has been a Cru staff for 46 years and has served in Asia as a missionary for 15 years. She is with the Vice President’s Global Leadership Team where she has assisted in crisis debriefs, various personal and team assessments. She has also mentored women in leadership across Asia. Karen has served with Cru for 35 years, 17 of which were with Athletes in Action ministering to the athletic community for Christ. She has served with the Global Leadership Development Human Resource team for the last 15 years.

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Grow and GLO@EAST

GLO@EAST – Great Learning Online/Onsite with EAST Courses*

EAST is offering the regular courses free from tuition fees for audit students (i.e. not for credit or grade) as part of the GLO@EAST promotion. Registration fee of S$40 is still payable upon sign–up to confirm your place at the class of your choice. Credit students will have to pay registration and tuition fees.

The following courses are offered as part of the GLO@EAST promotion. All courses listed (except intensive and Partners in Ministry classes) are for the semester of 10 January-13 May 2022. Registration deadline is Friday, 31 December 2021.

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Intensive Classes – Nov/Dec 2021

EAST is committed to offering as best a learning experience as possible whether online, onsite, or concurrently. We are offering our full value courses free from tuition fees for audit students (i.e. not for credit) as part of the GLO@EAST promotionRegistration fee of S$40 is still payable upon sign–up to confirm your place. Registration deadline for intensive classes is Friday, 19 November 2021.

“Online” courses will have synchronous sessions held only online. “Concurrent” courses are held onsite and online simultaneously. Singapore residents who are taking the course for credit can only take the course onsite. Audit students must choose either onsite or online for the duration of the course.

Engaging with Religious Identity (Concurrent)

IS571, 3 credits
24 November – 3 December (from Wednesday to the following Friday excluding Saturday and Sunday)
9.00 am-5.00 pm

This course explores the dimensions of religious identity and the various ways these are experienced by the adherents or practitioners of Chinese religious traditions in their lived experiences. Through a deeper understanding and appreciation of these dimensions, common space will hopefully be enlarged for the co-existence of different religious identities in multi-ethnic and multi-cultural Singapore and beyond.

Daniel Low, PhD, currently serves as Vice President Academic Affairs at William Carey International University. Prior, he held positions at Biola University, Concordia University Chicago, and Raffles Christian School Jakarta. A passionate researcher of developments within Chinese religious traditions in Singapore, his dream is to see sustainable and meaningful conversations between followers of Jesus and practitioners of these traditions.


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