The Certificate in Muslim-Christian Relations prepares students for effective life and work in Muslim contexts. The two required courses provide essential understanding of Muslim beliefs and practices as well as various forms of Christian witness. Students select the second two courses based on specific areas of interest. This certificate meets the basic requirements for a concentration in this subject matter and can be plugged into other degree programs. This certificate is available completely online, or can be done as a combination of resident and online courses.
Students must complete 12 hours of specified coursework with a minimum GPA of 2.5 in order to receive the certificate in Muslim-Christian Relations.
This certificate program is not eligible for federal Title IV financial aid funds – i.e. Federal Direct Loans. Students who are interested in exploring other financial aid options should contact the Financial Aid Office.