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Community Education Courses

Some GTU courses may be of interest to community patrons or non-matriculated students who wish to take the course for personal fulfillment. Such courses may be linked to a regular for-credit-course or be completely independent. These courses do not come with an academic credit that can be counted toward a degree or certificate at the GTU.

Julia D.E. Prinz

Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University
Lecturer in Christian Spirituality

Director of the Women of Wisdom and Action Initiative
Core Doctoral Faculty Member

At GTU since 2006

Riess W. Potterveld

President and Professor of Religion

At GTU since 2013

Departments and Concentrations

The GTU’s new curriculum builds on the ecumenical, interreligious, and interdisciplinary strengths of the GTU, and enhances opportunities for both specialization and cross-disciplinary study. Beginning in fall 2016, students entering GTU PhD, ThD, and MA programs can choose their fields of study from among more than thirty concentrations grouped into four interdisciplinary departments:

Missiology

About this Concentration

Homiletics

About this Concentration

Students in the Homiletics concentration work to become scholar-teachers who are conversant with the body of literature associated with the history, theology, theories, and practices of preaching. They engage in dialogue with other disciplines (e.g., theological, biblical, cultural, rhetorical and performative studies) in order to interpret and construct theories of proclamation for diverse public, cultural, and ecclesial contexts.

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