Master of Arts in Faith and Culture Objective: The Master of Arts in Faith and Culture (MAFC) graduate program is designed to form people in the professions, community leaders and church personnel capable of assisting others in the integration of personal and communal faith and the American way of life, as faithful citizens.
Target applicants: The MAFC degree provides working professionals, educators and ministers with an intellectual and practical formation program that responds to the demands of living in today’s cultural context as a people of faith.
The MAFC requires completion of 36 graduate credit hours in the program, consisting of an 18-hour core course component, a 6-hour core electives component, a 9-hour area of concentration, and a 3-hour service-learning and leadership practicum (field experience). In place of the area of concentration, 9 hours may be taken from among the core electives.
The service-learning and leadership practicum is intended to provide practical objectives and educational methods for forming faithful citizens in parochial, diocesan or other community settings.
Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics
The University of St. Thomas publishes specified information on campus crime statistics and security policies, available to current and prospective students and employees, in compliance with the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 U.S.C. 1092(f)). A paper copy of this document is available upon request by contacting UST Campus Security at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application details and deadlines for our master’s and certificate programs.