University of St. Thomas
Center for Faith and Culture
Master of Arts in Faith and Culture (MAFC)
Certificate in Faith and Culture, Master of Arts in Faith and Culture
The Master of Arts in Faith and Culture (MAFC) graduate program is designed to form people in the professions, community leaders and church personnel capable of assisting others in the integration of personal and communal faith and the American way of life, as faithful citizens.
The Certificate in Faith and Culture program is rooted within the same course offerings as the Master of Arts in Faith and Culture degree program. The Certificate is designed for individuals who wish to enrich their academic or professional careers while earning a recognized credential, but who do not wish to pursue an advanced degree in Faith and Culture.
How is the Certificate different from the Master of Arts in Faith and Culture? The Certificate:
-Is comprised of only the first 18 hours (core courses) of the MAFC 36-hour program, and
-Offers the option of replacing two of those core courses with approved electives.
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