Applied Pastoral Studies Certificate
This certificate is designed specifically for degree-seeking students, who have an interest in expanding their understanding of ethics and social justice. You will develop advanced skills in public speaking, leadership principles, social justice foundations, and organizational development.
Please Note: This certificate can only be completed by students working toward an undergraduate degree within the School of Continuing & Professional Studies.
|Total Number of Courses||6|
|Total Number of Credit Hours||18 credit hours|
|Schedule Format||Courses offered in the evenings within 8 week sessions|
|Master's Program||Students completing this certificate will complete 3 classes counting toward an M.A. with the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola.|
|Application and Admission Requirements||
This certificate can only be completed by students working toward an undergraduate degree within the School of Continuing & Professional Studies.
Current SCPS students interested in completing this certificate should work with their advisor to declare their interest formally within LOCUS.
Choose a Practice Track:
IPS 610 Social Justice Foundations
IPS 620 Diversity and Equity
IPS 660 Leadership in Social Justice Organizations
IPS 416 Christian Origins: New Testament
IPS 417 Literature of Ancient Israel
IPS 402 The Church and Its Mission
Communication & Leadership Skills, Choose Two:
COMM 231 Communication & Conflict Management
COMM 277 Organizational Communication
COMM 237 Small Group Communication
CPST 360 Development and Change in Organizations
CPST 370 Leadership Theories and Organizations
CPST 380 Leadership Culture and Ethics
CPST 390 Organizational Theory and Practice
*These courses will count toward an M.A in Social Justice at the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago.
**These courses will count toward an M.A in Pastoral Studies at the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago.
Course descriptions are available on LOCUS
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