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Religious education—to communicate ideals, beliefs and practice—is a central task of religious leadership. The two Master of Religious Education concentrations are two-year professional programs that provide students with the skills, knowledge and methods necessary for effective educational and ministries.
The two concentrations are: (1) Religious Education (2) Interfaith Peacebuilding.
To be awarded the M.R.E. degree, students must fulfill the following requirements:
50 credit hours
A minimum grade point average of 2.50
A Religious Education Project, presented in the Religious Education Colloquium in the term prior to graduation