“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, plead the widow's cause.” --Isaiah 1:17
Called to social action ministry? The Masters of Arts in Applied Social Justice is a fully accredited two-year, low residency (mostly online, some on campus) graduate program for individuals called to serve others through churches, faith-based & nonprofit community organizations, and other social enterprises that address root causes of poverty and related ills, and that empower people to help themselves. Students complete a core curriculum and select one of two tracks, Christian Community Development (CCD) or Social Entrepreneurship (SE).
- Why Applied Social Justice? What is Christian Community Development & social entrepreneurship?
- Program mission, goals, & objectives
- Welcome Future Master of Arts in Applied Social Justice Student
- Admission requirements