Academics

Congratulations on your admissions into the religious liberty program. You are on your way to becoming a constitutional and human rights specialist on issues of religion and public life. Please use the following pages to register for courses and schedule advisement sessions; log into your course portal and video “Zoom rooms”; learn about best practices for blended learning in the “tools and tips” page; and read about travel and lodging options and begin planning your trip to the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Do you have questions? Please contact your advisor.

 

Academic Calendar

Classes for Religious Leaders

View registration milestones and read how the blended learning courses are organized, with dates for videoconferences and classes online and onsite.

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Advising

Advising

We ensure that each student experiences a seamless process from the recruitment stage through the courses and to certificate completion.

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Course Catalog

Course Catalog

View the 2015 to 2017 catalog of courses in three tracks: for religious leaders, educators and journalists.

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Course Portal

Course Portal

Access your online courses by logging into Haiku Learning, a learning management system.

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Videoconference

Videoconferences

Connect with your instructors and peers through “Zoom Rooms,” a videoconference platform integrated into the online portals.

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Tools & Tips

Tools & Tips

Learn best practices for taking blended learning courses, that combine both online and onsite educational experiences.

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Travel & Lodging

Travel & Lodging

Similar to other abroad programs, students pay for their own travel and lodging arrangements associated with their attendance at the onsite educational conference in Washington, D.C.

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Student Handbook

Student Handbook

The student handbook, to be published in the spring of 2016, lists the policies, procedures and best practices for enrollment in this blended learning program.

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