Fuller Theological Seminary is one of the largest multidenominational seminaries in the world, providing professional and graduate-level education in theology, psychology, and intercultural studies. Since its founding by radio evangelist Charles E. Fuller in 1947, Fuller Seminary as expanded to a community of more than 4,000 students from nearly 70 countries and more than 100 denominations. Fuller is a global leader in theological education, standing on the front lines of evangelical thought while remaining committed to ministry and mission grounded in scholarship. They offer 18 degree programs at their main campus in Pasadena, California, at six regional campuses and through flexible online programs. Its School of International Studies (SIS) offers a variety of courses and research areas including the Children at Risk Concentration.
HCD PROGRAM OFFERED
Children at Risk Concentration - The Children at Risk concentration will enable students to dialogue with a variety of disciplines for understanding and relating to children and the contexts in which they live. Students will develop effective strategies to implement holistic work with children in times of need by connecting relevant theory and theology with contemporary best practices. Courses in this area of specialization are often team taught with adjunct faculty coming from such diverse organizations as World Vision, International justice Mission, Oasis International, and the US House of Representatives.
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