Bachelor of Christian Leadership
      Bachelor of Family Ministry
      Bachelor of Healing Ministry
      Bachelor of Missiology
      Bachelor of Religious Counseling
      Bachelor of Religious Education
      Bachelor of Religious Law Studies
      Bachelor of Theology
      Bachelor of Religious Studies
      Bachelor of Religious Philosophy
      Bachelor of Yogic Studies
      Bachelor of Course Description
      Master of Christian Leadership
      Master of Divinity
      Master of Family Ministry
      Master of Healing Ministry
      Master of Missiology
      Master of Religious Counseling
      Master of Religious Education
      Master of Religious Law Studies
      Master of Religious Studies
      Master of Religious Philosophy
      Master of Yogic Studies
      Master of Course Description
      Doctor of Christian Leadership
      Doctor of Family Ministry
      Doctor of Healing Ministry
      Doctor of Missiology
      Doctor of Religious Counseling
      Doctor of Religious Education
      Doctor of Religious Law Studies
      Doctor of Theology
      Doctor of Religious Studies
      Doctor of Religious Philosophy
      Doctor of Yogic Studies
      Doctor of Course Description

Master of Religious Philosophy

The Master of Religious Philosophy program can be taken in class or through guided independent studies by American Trinity University. When you study the world's religious traditions, you learn about the histories, literatures, practices, and beliefs that have shaped not only the world's religious traditions, but also human societies and cultures. You study rituals and festivals that give meaning to time and place; disciplines that develop modes of perception and attention; and ideas of holiness, justice, and love through which human beings have expressed their highest ideals; and discourses and institutions that have wielded geat political and social power. Majors in Religious Philosophy studies will be required, above all, to develop the capacities fundamental to the liberal arts: clear communication, critical thinking, and the careful and open-minded exploration of ways of life different from one's own.

Course# Course Title units
MPH101 Mysticism and Pragmatism
MPH102 Eastern Culture and Thought
MPH103 Seminar in Religion and Culture
MPH104 History of Religious Studies in Korea
MPH105 Seminar in Religious Phenomena
MPH106 Field Researches of Religion
MPH107 Studies in Major Christian Documents
MPH108 Seminar in Comparative Study of Religion
MPH109 Studies in Classics of Religious Studies
MPH110 Studies in Religious Thoughts
MPH111 Korean Culture and It's Thought
MPH112 Sociology of Religion
MPH113 Philosophical and Religious Taoism
MPH114 An Introduction to Philosophy in Story
MPH115 Comparative Religions
Total Upper Division:
4 units
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4 units
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4 units
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4 units
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4 units
60 units