The Center for Ecumenical Studies is dedicated to fostering a dialogue between faith traditions and all areas of study and contemporary culture through scholarly research and publications and ongoing programs for faculty, students, and the general public.
Certificate programs are offered through Northwind Institute.
Degree programs are offered through Northwind Seminary.
Dr. Daniel Kroger is a
Core Faculty Member of
the Seminary and serves
as the Program Director.
Dr. Kroger has published
Master's - $100 per credit hour
Doctoral - $200 per credit hour
Application - Waived
Enrollment - $150
Library - Waived
Graduation - $150
Duncan Family Fellow
Dr. Kroger has assembled a
highly qualified faculty who serve as Visiting Faculty for the Seminary.
COURSE OF STUDY - 30 Credits
Students will enjoy Tutorial Courses with an assigned Faculty Mentor.
Introduction to Graduate Studies - 3 Credits
Tutorial Courses: 3-Credit Courses
Capstone Experience: 6-credit courses
Students will design an ecumenical project to be used in their context of ministry.
COURSE OF STUDY - 36 Credits
Students will enjoy Oxford-Style Courses with an assigned Faculty Mentor.
Oxford Courses: 6-credit courses
Ecumenical Church History
Portfolio Experience - six-credit courses
Students will be encouraged to publish their Portfolio Paper on the Northwind site and as a Monograph for wider distribution in select peer-review journals.
Faith In Film Festivals:
In time of a Pandemic
This inaugural course of the Program is presented in an online tutorial format which includes live ZOOM calls with Dr. Kroger.
This course can be transferred to Certificate Programs in Northwind Institute and Degree Programs in Northwind Seminary
Tuition is $300