Graduate Certificate in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations (18 Credits)
Students completing this certificate will have been introduced to the history, beliefs and practices of Islam and will have become acquainted with the major social and political trends in contemporary Islam. Students will also have been exposed to dialogue and its importance in Christian-Muslim Relations.
|One course on Islam in the contemporary world||3 credits|
|Two courses in Islamic history, scripture, law, theology or spirituality (mystical thought)||6 credits|
|Two courses in Christian theology, Christian ethics, dialogue, or Christian-Muslim Relation||6 credits|
|One additional course||3 credits|