Now, more than ever, we face heightened resistance toward economic and racial justice, cis and non-conforming gender equality, environmental sustainability and LGBTQ rights.
Now, more than ever, the world requires generous, compassionate and spiritually-minded leaders.
Now, more than ever, the underserved of the world will rely on social justice change makers to provide support, guidance, leadership, love and hope.
To these ends, the Pacific School of Religion, a radically inclusive graduate school, offers professional training to those called to do this timely, difficult and vital work. Providing a spiritual foundation, we offer degrees, certificates and individual classes designed to teach students how to effectively organize communities, analyze socio-economic dynamics, better understand cross-cultural complexities and work toward lasting change.
If you think this might be your calling, we encourage you to explore how Pacific School of Religion may be instrumental in your journey. Some of our programs include:
- Master of Arts in Social Transformation
- Master of Divinity (can be combined with a Certificate of Spirituality and Social Change or Certificate of Sexuality and Religion)
- Certificate of Spirituality and Social Change
- Certificate of Sexuality and Religion
- Individual Courses through our Theological Education for Leadership (TEL) Program
For a complete listing of our degree, certificate and program offerings, please click here.
PSR is also a member of the Graduate Theological Union, a consortium of eight seminaries and thirteen theological and spiritual centers, which include:
- The Asia Project
- The Black Church / Africana Religious Studies Program
- The Center for the Arts & Religion
- The Mira and Ajay Shingal Center for Dharma Studies
- The Center for Islamic Studies
- The Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies
- The Center for Swedenborgian Studies
- The Center for Theology and Natural Sciences
- The Institute of Buddhist Studies
- New College Berkeley
- The Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute
- The School of Applied Theology
- Women’s Studies in Religion