International Semester at UCS
The International Semester provides students with the tools for interpreting and understanding historical and contemporary themes that respond to the challenges that characterize the complexities of life in religious communities in a rapidly changing world.
The International Semester consists of four courses that address current issues in the fields of Human Rights, Theology, and Religious Studies. The International Semester consists of courses that focus on global Christianity, practice theory, reconciliation, and the rights of minorities. The course of study consists of the following:
- 5KH428 Churches in the Global South, 7,5 credits
- 5PB439 Theology, Practice Theory, and Qualitative Methods, 7,5 credits
- 5IN432 The Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Minorities, 7.5 credits
- 5EN432 Forgiveness and Reconciliation in the New Testament, 7.5 Credits
All courses are available at an undergraduate (bachelor’s) and graduate (Master’s) level.
For more information contact
Sara Gehlin, firstname.lastname@example.org