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Graduate Programs Virtual Information Session

Wednesday, July 27, 2022, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Hear from program representatives about our career-focused curriculum, top-notch faculty, field experience opportunities, applicable scholarships and fellowships, and more! Admissions representatives will also be available after the session to answer your questions about how to apply, financial aid, and anything else you may want to know about our graduate programs.

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Graduate Certificate in Interfaith Spirituality: Why Merrimack College?

Accessible and relevant.

Merrimack College’s interfaith spirituality certificate offers an affordable, practical starting point for graduate religious studies. Designed for students of all faiths and academic backgrounds, the graduate certificate program yields insights and a philosophical framework that can enrich your professional life, your personal relationships and your own spirituality.

Inclusive approach.

Merrimack gave rise to the pioneering Center for the Study of Christian-Jewish-Muslim Relations, a nationally acclaimed model of interfaith harmony. All of our graduate programs in religious studies celebrate the broad diversity of human spiritual expression while exploring connections that bind together the world’s religions and link ancient philosophies with modern thought.

Exceptional instructors.

The interfaith spirituality graduate certificate gives you the opportunity to learn from some of the nation’s leading scholars in religious and theological studies. Merrimack’s faculty includes authorities on subjects such as Augustinian thought, Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations, and the interplay of psychology and religion.

Scalable and transferable.

Although the graduate certificate in interfaith spirituality is a stand-alone credential, you can apply the credits toward a master’s degree. Should you choose to continue your studies, the 16 credits from the interfaith certificate can count as the first half of a master’s degree in spirituality.