Graduate Studies. (Fall & Winter Listings)

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Graduate Studies. (Fall & Winter Listings)


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

TIME: Year-round program

DESCRIPTION: Four dual-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 IREPM provides four separate dual master's degrees. The programs reflect the university's mission to educate individuals who are committed to the pursuit of a combined curriculum which 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, educational administration and nursing. Contact: Boston College Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry, Department E, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467-3931. Phone: (617) 552-8440; (800) 487-1167; fax: (617) 552-0811. E-mail: irepm@bc.cdu Web site: www.bc.edu/irepm.html

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

TIME: June 23 -Aug. 1, 2003

DESCRIPTION: The Boston College IREPM summer program (June 23-Aug. 1, 2003) offers two-week courses for degree or continuing education. Degree programs available both during the summer session and academic year (September-May) include: MEd, CAES, MA in pastoral ministry with concentrations in pastoral care and counseling, social justice, liturgy and worship, religious education, youth ministry, spirituality, dual MA/MSW, MA/MA in counseling psychology, MA/MEd in educational administration and MA/MS with the School of Nursing. Other academic programs include: PhD in religion and education, the post-master's certificate in the practice of spirituality, certificate in collaborative leadership or liturgy, and a self-designed study program.

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