Master of Arts in Faith and Culture Graduate Information Sessions
The MA in Faith & Culture Graduate Information Sessions will present an overview of the MAFC program, including academic requirements, course objectives, application procedures and deadlines, and scholarship information. The Information Sessions will also offer an opportunity to meet faculty, staff, and other colleagues.
The Master of Arts in Faith and Culture Information Sessions will offer an opportunity to meet faculty, staff and other colleagues. The information session house will highlight:
An overview of the MAFC degree and certificate program
The Master of Arts Degree in Faith and Culture and Certificate in Faith and Culture are ideal for:
The Master of Arts Degree in Faith and Culture and Certificate in Faith and Culture offer:
36-hour full or part-time degree program or 18-hour certificate
Day and evening classes (varies between semesters)
Many areas of concentration based on student-centered interests that provide both a theoretical and practical approach to the relationship between faith and various aspects of culture, including:
Faith and Science
Faith and Education
Faith and Public Discourse
Faith and Economics
Faith and Law, and many more…
For more information on the MAFC and Certificate programs, please contact Dr. Adam Martinez or the Center for Faith and Culture at 713-942-5006.
Application details and deadlines for our master’s and certificate programs.
The Donald S. Nesti, CSSp Center for Faith & Culture
The Center seeks to understand and affect the relationship between and among the many facets of the American way of life in relation to God’s ongoing, loving encounter with humanity. We educate faith-full citizens to be artisans of dialogue and proclamation in articulating a God-centered vision of the world and how that vision strengthens the institutions that govern us as a people. Through its programmatic offerings the Center serves the local and regional Catholic, ecumenical and interreligious communities, our sister university communities, civic society, and various professional segments of our culture.