06 Apr Certificate of Spirituality and Social Change (CSSC)

Certificate of Spirituality and Social Change (CSSC)

Pacific School of Religion
Completion Time: 12 Months
Tuition: $700 per unit
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Class Description

PSR’s Certificate of Spirituality and Social Change (C.S.S.C.) offers specialized training for the work of social changemaking. Participants come from and prepare for a wide range of socially innovative vocational paths, whether social justice advocacy, community organizing, the visual and performing arts, or congregational leadership. In each of these arenas, effective efforts for social change rely on ongoing personal change and transformation rooted in a practice of spiritual formation. Participants can complete the certificate as a stand-alone program, add the certificate to the M.Div. or M.T.S. programs, or apply some of the certificate credits to the new PSR Master of Arts degree in Social Transformation (M.A.S.T.). Flexible learning options (online and hybrid courses, summer and January term intensives, weekend workshops and seminars) enable students to earn this degree part-time and with minimal residency requirements while still participating in a vibrant cohort of colleagues.

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