Graduate Studies

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Graduate Studies


California

PLACE: Doheny Campus, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, CA

TIME: June 29-July 28, 2000

DESCRIPTION: Courses of varying length and credit toward MA and/or certificate or non-credit enrichment. Bernard Cooke, "Ministry and Orders"; Mary Ann Getty, "Pauline Literature"; Philip S. Keane, "Ethics of Life and Death"; John Gallen, "Liturgy and Metaphor"; Chris Franke, "The Prophets"; William Spohn and Martha Stortz, "Special Studies in Christian Ethics." Certificate program courses in pastoral counseling. Housing available on campus, one mile from downtown Los Angeles. Write: Dr. Alexis Navarro, IHM, Mount St. Mary's College, 10 Chester Place, Los Angeles, CA 90007. Phone: (213) 477-2640. E-mail: anavarro@msmc.la.edu

PLACE: Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

TIME: Year-round program and two summer sessions: June 19-July 7; and July 10-July 28, 2000

DESCRIPTION: Santa Clara University offers courses year-round to prepare women and men for church ministry. While the graduate program in pastoral ministries provides a foundational core sequence and a theologically sound approach, it remains flexible enough to meet individual needs for personal educational choice and development. Students may enroll for the year or individual quarters. Non-degree options exist along with master's degrees in catechetics, pastoral liturgy, liturgical music, and spirituality. A Jesuit institution, Santa Clara University is 46 miles south of San Francisco and 40 minutes from Pacific Ocean beaches. Contact: Ana Maria Pineda, RSM, Department of Religious Studies, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA 95053. Phone: (408) 554-4831; fax: (408) 554-2387. E-mail: ampineda@scu.edu Web site: www.scu.edu/PastoralMinistries

Louisiana

PLACE: Loyola Institute for Ministry, Loyola University New Orleans, New Orleans, LA

TIME: June 19-July 27, 2000

DESCRIPTION: Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM) is celebrating a new century of ministry education. Join our learning community for a dynamic summer. A wide variety of courses have been scheduled from weekend workshops to one, two and three weeks long taught by a distinguished and nationally recognized faculty. Study at LIM leads toward the master of pastoral studies (MPS) or master of religious education (MRE) or toward a continuing education certificate in these fields. For information and brochures, write or call: Loyola University New Orleans, LIMOC, PO Box 67, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118. E-mail: lim@loyno.edu

Massachusetts

PLACE: Boston College, Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry, Boston, MA

TIME: Year-round

DESCRIPTION: Three joint-degree master of arts in pastoral ministry programs -- SSW, SOE, and SON. In conjunction with the school of social work, the school of education and the school of nursing, the Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry provides three separate joint-master degrees. The programs reflect the university's mission to educate individuals who are committed to the pursuit of a combined curriculum that integrates the academic study of theology and their area of interest along with extensive field education in the practice of social work, mental health counseling or nursing. …

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