Religious Studies: Contemplative Religions MA

Contemplative Religions Class This 45-credit concentration is designed for students who wish to join the academic study of comparative religions with interreligious dialog, contemplative practice, and personal investigation. Students develop literacy in the living traditions of a variety of world religions, with emphasis on contemplative practices, texts, and teachings. Students develop skills in interreligious dialog within the context of global pluralism. Students work with faculty members who are both academically and spiritually trained in the teachings and practices of their respective traditions.

Culminating Requirements

The degree program concludes with a master's project paper and an oral exam.