UTS-Online enables you to fit graduate-level study into your own schedule, engaging with our faculty and fellow students from around the world —wherever you may live. You will become part of a global experience engaging a wide range of participants with unique perspectives.
The Application deadline for Online courses is September 28. | Fall 2018 Courses begin on October 8th.
Online courses run October 8 - December 7, 2018
LTR 5411 Islam
According to statistics, Islam is the fastest growing religion in the 21st century making it the second largest world religion after Christianity. Why is Islam growing? How is Islam a challenge in the western world?
This course introduces the tradition of Islam from an authentic perspective: the life of Muhammad, the Qur’an, central beliefs and traditions, schools of jurisprudence, the history of Islam, the social impact of Islam, and Islam’s theory of war and peace.
The course will also explore some of the contemporary issues related to the Sharia (Islamic Law), Terrorism, Jihad, Human Rights and Women’s Rights. 3 credits
- Taught by Dr. Drissa Kone, Adjunct Professor of Ministry (Peace and Justice). He also serves as UTS' Director of Student Life and minister to the Belvedere Family Community in Westchester, NY.
THE 5611 Unification Philosophy
Unification Philosophy is the philosophy of Rev. Sun Myung Moon; this philosophy was then systematized by the late Dr. Sang Hun Lee as Unification Thought.
This course explores various frameworks of interpretation in order to expand the meaning and horizon of Rev. Moon’s philosophical ideas within and beyond Unification Thought.
The course focuses on articulating the philosophical principles in Rev. Moon’s religious thought, explores their philosophical implications, and examines their plausibility. 3 credits
- Taught by Dr. Keisuke Noda, Professor of Philosophy and Academic Dean at UTS, is a philosopher with background in phenomenology and hermeneutics.
THE 5631: Divine Principle in Depth
Divine Principle provides the formula for our life with God and one another. It is also a resource for ecumenical relations, offering amazing insights into the Bible and Christian doctrines.
This is an advanced course equipping students with the analytical tools they need to deal with diverse opinions and faith styles. 3 credits
- Taught by Dr. Andrew Wilson, who has worked as an author and an editor of World Scripture, Chambumo Gyeong, True Family Values, and Exposition of the Divine Principle
The cost for a 3-credit course is a total of $1,605, consisting of $1,500 for tuition and $105 for fees. The introductory scholarship is $1,000 per course. That means that a student will pay $605 for one 3-credit course.
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Using UTS-Online, you can either study towards earning a degree or simply take courses as a non-matriculated student for your personal enrichment as a non-degree student.
Your initial application here is as a "non-degree student". This application process is quick and does not require submission of extensive paperwork and transcripts.
All credits earned via UTS-Online can subsequently be applied toward your chosen degree program at UTS. Please use the form below to begin your application:
1. Fill in all fields.
2. Upon clicking "Submit", you will be asked to verify the Email address you provided.
3. Next, you will receive an Email with a link directing you to fill out the full application.
Note: You will be able to return via the link provided as many times as you need. Completed fields will be automatically saved.
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