The Women’s Studies in Religion certificate program is designed so it is possible to complete the requirements in a single year; however, students are welcome to take more time to finish.
Students must be enrolled at the GTU or a member school in order to start the certificate program, but may complete the requirements after they graduate.
"One of the great benefits of this certificate program is that I was able to look through a feminist lens in every course I took. This enriched my learning in powerful ways. I also tried to contribute to class discussions by foregrounding women's issues and concerns, which ultimately have a profound impact on all of us. Every time I look at my WSR Certificate I feel a sense of passion to continue the good work of those who came before me seeking 'justice for all.'”
— Jodi Tharan
Intent to Enroll
Co-Curricular Event Verification
WSR Newsletter 2010-2011
WSR Newsletter 2011-2012
Women/Feminist Studies Bibliography
Scholarships for Women
Center for Women and Religion at the GTU Collection
Center for Women and Religion at the GTU was the earliest established center for women in theological education. (Archived collection listing in library...
The following Spring 2018 courses are recommended for students enrolled in the Women's Studies in Religion certificate program. Note that courses not on this list can also be counted toward the certificate if the final paper/project relates to themes connected to women/gender.
Information on textbooks for classes offered by the GTU, its member schools, academic centers, and affiliates can be found on this page. The information is subject to changes. Please consult the instructor at the address listed below regarding any issues you may have regarding the textbooks.
Center for the Arts & Religion (CARe) Courses
RA 2520 - Exploring Spiritualities Through MovementInstructor: Michelle Summers (email@example.com)
Readings will be available in PDF form via Moodle.
RALS 1727 - Singing Through the Church Year (Joint Course with ABSW)