The following courses are offered on a CR/No Credit basis Basis.
600-Level Graduate Courses
RELG 693 • Integrative Seminar (3 units)
The Integrative Seminar is a classroom experience designed to help students reflect theologically on ministry experience by integrating what they have learned in graduate coursework with the practice of ministry.
RELG 694 • Field Education (3 units)
A field education experience with a qualified mentor approved by the Faculty Supervisor in Field Education. See the Graduate Religion Office for applications.
700-Level Graduate Courses
RELG 788 • Research Methodology: Leadership Studies (3 units)
An introduction to research and inquiry regarding leadership and religious organizations. Students will design and complete a mini research project that includes: a problem statement, definition of terms, limitations and delimitations, literature review, description of research method, collection of data, data analysis and interpretation of data. Required for all M.A. students, and M.T.S. students who have chosen the thesis, project or directed reading option in the field of Leadership Studies. May be used as one elective M.T.S. course.
RELG 791 • Exit Option Design and Proposal: Leadership Studies (3 units)
The development of appropriate theses and directed reading topics in the field of Leadership Studies, and the descriptions of these topics in formal proposal formats. Required for all M.A. students, and M.T.S. students who have chosen the thesis or directed reading option in the field of Leadership Studies. May be used as one elective M.T.S. course.
RELG 795 • Directed Reading (3 units)
The development of a problem statement necessary to conduct a literature search in a given area. Written critiques, a summary reflection paper and meetings between the student and the directed reading mentor monitor the student’s progress and mastery of research topic.
RELG 797 • Master’s Project (3 units)
The application of a theory or concept in a specific research setting culminating in a written research report with the guidance of a faculty committee.
RELG 798 • Master’s Thesis (3 units)
The study of a well-defined problem that both emerges from and carries forward some existing body of knowledge or theory. Students who choose this research option work with the guidance of a faculty committee.
RELG 799 • Continued Registration: Master’s Study (1 unit)
Required for each semester subsequent to registration of RELG 790, 791, 795, 797, or 798 until completed. Must be enrolled in semester of completion. (RELG 799 credits do not count toward M.A. or M.T.S. degree requirements.)