Curriculum Map - Interfaith Leadership | Gratz College

Curriculum Map - Interfaith Leadership

All courses are three credits, unless otherwise noted.

Master of Arts (36 credits)

  • Required Courses (3 credits)
  • Interfaith Understanding (9-15 credits)
  • Religious Studies (9-15 credits)
  • Field Work (3 credits)
  • Capstone (3 credits) 
  • EDD 706: Leadership (Required)
  • MGT 544: Fundraisting
  • MGT 545: Strategic Planning in the Nonprofit Organization
  • MGT 572: Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 575: Project and Program Management
  • HGS 511: History of Anti-Semitism
  • HGS 525: Post-Holocaust Theology
  • HGS 557: Comparative Genocide
  • HGS 562: The Church and the Holocaust
  • IFL 620: Successful Interfaith Dialogue 
  • IFL 622: Interfaith Social Justice and Social Action
  • JST 517: Comparative Liturgy of Judaism and Christianity
  • JST 529: Jewish and Christian Interpretations of the Bible
  • JST 603: Comparative Theology of Judaism and Christianity
  • JST 615: Judaism and Christianity
  • JST 620: Jewish and Christian Saints
  • REL 331: Ethnicity, Gender, and Religion
  • REL 621: Interfaith Lifecycle
  • REL 622: Interfaith Theology
  • REL 623: Interfaith Liturgy
  • REL 624: Interfaith Sacred Scriptures
  • REL 625: The Concept of the Saint in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam 
  • Field Work
  • Capstone Project

Students will be required tocomplete 35 hours of Field Work (3 credits) to receive hands-on experience in interfaith relations.  Gratz College will assist students in finding local field work placement.  Students must also complete a Capstone Project (3 credits) on a specific area in Interfaith Leadership.

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Graduate Certificate (15 credits)

  • Required Course (3 credits)
  • Interfaith Understanding (6 credits)
  • Religious Studies (6 credits)

Required Course (3 credits)

  • HGS 511: History of Anti-Semitism
  • HGS 525: Post-Holocaust Theology
  • HGS 557: Comparative Genocide
  • HGS 562: The Church and the Holocaust
  • IFL 620: Successful Interfaith Dialogue
  • IFL 622: Interfaith Social Justice and Social Action
  • JST 517: Comparative Liturgy of Judaism and Christianity
  • JST 529: Jewish and Christian Interpretations of the Bible
  • JST 603: Comparative Theology of Judaism and Christianity
  • JST 615: Judaism and Christianity
  • JST 620: Jewish and Christian Saints
  • REL 331: Ethnicity, Gender, and Religion
  • REL 621: Interfaith Lifecycle
  • REL 622: Interfaith Theology
  • REL 623: Interfaith Liturgy
  • REL 624: Interfaith Sacred Scriptures
  • REL 625: The Concept of the Saint in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Graduate Certificate in Jewish-Christian Studies (18 credits)

  • Required Courses (9 credits)
  • Elective Courses (9 credits)

For students at St. Joseph's College in Maine, three required courses are offered at Gratz and three courses are taken at St. Joseph's.

  • JST 517: Comparative Liturgy of Judaism and Christianity
  • JST 529: Jewish and Christian Interpretations of the Bible
  • JST 603: Comparative Theology of Judaism and Christianity

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