Responses to "the Future of Barrytown" Survey

UTS alumni, friends and supporters will be interested to hear that more than 600 Unificationists have signed the "Keep Barrytown College and UTS" online petition launched 3 days ago by Barrytown College students.

Time to Reflect and Gain Skills - Even for 2 Working Mom Pastors!

Two Unification pastors, both working moms, are newly enrolled as students in the Doctorate in Ministry degree program at UTS, in which students meet in Barrytown for 2 weeks in August and 2 weeks in February, and do the rest of their coursework at home.


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UTS Through Students' Eyes

The M.A. in Religious Studies is a broad-based degree program for students who seek to integrate their faith with knowledge of religions and their impact on society, and who may be seeking to equip themselves for a variety of ministries, especially for the task of building peace among religions and cultures or for non-profit leadership.

The program prepares students for a wide variety of positions and jobs. These include church lay leadership; peace-building and social service ministries in churches, faith communities and non-profits; work in interfaith ministries; as more effective witnesses for their faith in today's multi-faith environment; management positions in churches and non-profit organizations; teaching religion in an academic setting and for those who wish to pursue further graduate work in religion. The MA in Religious Studies is also the base degree for interfaith chaplaincy.

The program's foundation courses provide a theological and intercultural understanding in several religious traditions with focused examination on the nexus of religion and peacebuilding. They are supported by a co-curriculum promoting personal spiritual formation in the context of religious diversity. Two professional concentrations: (1) Interfaith Peacebuilding and (2) Non-profit Leadership provide practical skills and experiential learning for ministry, and two academic concentrations: (3) Unification Studies and (4) Theological Studies provide for focused study in a field of theological inquiry.