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Theology, Graduate Certificate

Theology, Graduate Certificate2018-08-21T09:38:22+00:00

Graduate Certificate in Jewish-Christian Studies

OVERVIEW

This graduate certificate program in Jewish-Christian Studies is an articulation agreement between Gratz College and Saint Joseph’s College.

Gratz College logoThe program offers students of all faiths the opportunity to learn both Judaism and Christianity from believing, practicing Jews and Catholic Christians.

At a Glance

Students will:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of Jewish and Christian beliefs and practices
  • Learn a broader knowledge of the relationship between Judaism and Christianity;
  • Gain a greater appreciation for the importance of Jewish-Christian dialogue.

CURRICULUM

The curriculum consists of six online courses, 18 credits, three from Gratz College and three from Saint Joseph’s College.

The program will delve into the theology and liturgy of each faith community, noting points of convergence and divergence, in a spirit of mutual respect and dignity.

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Meet Our Faculty

SOME OF OUR FACULTY

Carmina Magnusen Chapp
Carmina Magnusen Chapp
Ph.D., Duke University
M.A., Providence College
B.A., University of Notre Dame
The Rev. Frank Donio, S.A.C.
The Rev. Frank Donio, S.A.C.
D.Min., The Catholic University of America
M.Div., Washington Theological Union
M.S., Villanova University
M.A., The Catholic University of America
B.A., The Catholic University of America

STUDENT STORIES

Catherine Mackey,
Catherine Mackey, Syracuse, NY
“The professors were second to none. They were professional, brilliant, compassionate, loving. By the end, they were my friends. I could reach out to them at any point. I ended up developing professional, educational, and personal relationships throughout this program.”
Mariann Gilbride
Mariann GilbrideCherry Hill, NJ
“I was told the Moral Theology would be the hardest, but most rewarding course. It was challenging and invigorating. It stretched me to understand what God is asking of us, morally.”

CAREER MOVES

Chaplains, spiritual care coordinators, and social workers need to be able to provide services in a broadly ecumenical and interfaith setting. They may provide counseling and guidance relative to marital, health, financial, or religious problems.
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