Master of Arts in Spirituality, Peace and Justice (MASPJ)

The newly revised Master of Arts in Spirituality, Peace and Justice program has an anticipated relaunch date of summer 2019. The program revisions include a new core curriculum, new elective course offerings and a more flexible delivery model. The delivery model will be a hybrid, including online course delivery throughout the year and brief, intensive on-campus experiences during the summer. We expect to have application information ready for interested students sometime in the fall of 2018. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact the program director, Dr. Justin Klassen (502.272.8178; jklassen@bellarmine.edu).

Integrating Spirituality, Peace, and Justice

Offered in partnership with Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Bellarmine’s Master of Arts in Spirituality, Peace, and Justice provides an ecumenical grounding in the study of Christian spirituality and its relationship to social transformation, as well as exposure to, and readiness for, interfaith cooperation.

Spirituality is increasingly recognized as a crucial source of personal integrity and wholeness, laying the groundwork for just and peaceable action in a world marked by complex interrelatedness. Through the academic study of classic and contemporary examples of spirituality as an integrating factor in human life, M.A. students are prepared for lives of personal and social transformation in a wide range of contexts.

Contact

Dr. Justin D. Klassen
Associate Professor of Theology
Program Director, Master of Arts in Spirituality, Peace and Justice
Bellarmine University
Alumni Hall 112
2001 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY 40205
jklassen@bellarmine.edu
502.272.8178

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