The following Certificates allow concentrated study in areas of ecumenism or interreligious dialogue, and they equip students for specialized ministry or service in these areas. Certificates are now available in Ecumenism, Muslim-Christian studies, Ecology and Theology, and Criminal Justice and Reconciliation.
Certificate in Ecumenism
Why Study Ecumenism Today? (Dr. Larry Golemon)
Ecumenism is the witness to Church unity and the work toward its greater realization–through theological dialogue, liturgical renewal, and collaboration in ministry and public…More
Certificate in Muslim-Christian Studies
A joint program sponsored by GSISS, the Heritage Trust, and the Washington Theological Consortium.
The purposes of the Taha Al-Alwani Certificate in Muslim-Christian Studies are (a) to give students a deeper…More
Certificate in Ecology and Theology
The Consortium is launching a new Certificate of study in Ecology and Theology, in response to growing church commitments to address the ecological crisis, Pope Francis’ encylical Laudato Si’ and the work…More