The WSR certificate program affirms the GTU's long-standing commitment to women's studies in theology and religion, and builds upon the consortium's network of academic initiatives for the study and support of women in religion.
CIS educates scholars of many faiths about the richness and diversity of the Islamic tradition, emphasizing inter- and intra-religious study and dialogue that promotes pluralism, understanding, and public engagement.
A multidenominational seminary affiliated with the United Church of Christ, PSR offers innovative programs of scholarship and education to equip faith communities for ministries of compassion and justice.
Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), SFTS prepares church leaders, educating a diverse body of students in spiritual formation, critical theological reflection, and the skills and arts of ministry.
CDS represents the leading edge in interdisciplinary and interfaith academic programs of the Hindu world, offering the richness of Dharma traditions to scholars and students of these and other traditions.
The only Episcopalian graduate theological seminary on the West Coast, CDSP integrates scholarship, reflection, worship, spirituality, and the practice of ministry to provide intellectually rigorous theological education.
Affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, PLTS equips leaders of spiritual and moral courage to act on their faith in public by working for racial, economic, and environmental justice.
ABSW prepares innovative leaders for ministry in a multicultural and multiracial world. Affiliated with the American Baptist Churches USA, ABSW actively welcomes students from all Christian traditions.
IBS educates academics, chaplains, and pastors in the full breadth of the Buddhist tradition with specialized education supporting Pure Land and contemporary Shin Buddhist Studies and advancing Jodo Shinshu Buddhist ministry.
CSS has trained scholars and clergy since 1866 and is today the official seminary of the Swedenborgian Church of North America, also offering New Religious Movements, Western esotericism, and mysticism studies.