UTS-Online education gives students anywhere in the USA and throughout the world access to courses taught by outstanding UTS professors. Online learning allows you to fit graduate-level study into your own schedule—wherever you are.
You will enter a global conversation on subjects that matter to you, with others from around the globe who have diverse perspectives.
The Application deadline for Online courses is Friday, March 1, 2019. | Spring 2019 Courses begin on Monday, March 11, 2019.
Online courses run March 11, 2019 - May 10, 2019
THE 5132 Theology of Peacebuilding
Peacebuilding denotes the work of churches and NGOs to diffuse tensions to prevent war and to restore bonds of community after the wreckage of war. This course studies: 1) Jesus’ words on peace; 2) Christian pacifism and its critics; 3) Just War theory;4) the family and peace; 5) human rights and the value of life; 6) strategies of faith-based peacebuilding as practiced in conflict zones and international conferences; 7) Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.'s teachings on non-violence. Along the way, we highlight Unification teachings and activities that contribute to peace. (3 credits)
This is a core course for the MA Program
- Taught by Dr. Andrew Wilson, Professor of Scriptural Studies at UTS. He has also worked as an author and an editor of World Scripture,Chambumo Gyeong, True Family Values, and Exposition of the Divine Principle
MIN 5601 Unification Rituals and Traditions
This course will examine the Unification traditions, which have found expression in and through the devotional life of Sun Myung and Hak Ja Han Moon, as they have sought through their life course to attend and comfort our Heavenly Parent. Special attention will be given to the various rituals, which are such an important part of the Unification tradition: Pledge, Holy Days, Births, Marriage Blessing, the Seonghwa (funeral) ceremony, and others. (3 credits)
- Taught by Dr. William Selig, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry. He is an interfaith hospital chaplain at the largest hospital in Northern Virginia.
LTR 5622 Life and Thought of Sun Myung Moon and Hak Ja Han Moon
We will study these figures from the perspective that they were (and are) carrying out the mission of the Messiah as they understand it. We focus on their path of eight “vertical and horizontal” stages and discuss their approach to the perfection of the individual, family and community and their application of “absolute values” to religion, politics, economics, the environment, media, education, science, the arts, sports and recreation, from both theological and practical perspectives. (3 credits)
The cost for a 3-credit course is a total of $1,680, consisting of $1,575 for tuition and $105 for fees. The introductory scholarship is $1,050 per course. That means that a student will pay $630 for one 3-credit course.
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Using UTS-Online, you can either study towards earning a degree or simply take courses as a non-matriculated student for your personal enrichment as a non-degree student.
Your initial application here is as a "non-degree student". This application process is quick and does not require submission of extensive paperwork and transcripts.
All credits earned via UTS-Online can subsequently be applied toward your chosen degree program at UTS. Please use the form below to begin your application:
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2. Upon clicking "Submit", you will be asked to verify the Email address you provided.
3. Next, you will receive an Email with a link directing you to fill out the full application.
Note: You will be able to return via the link provided as many times as you need. Completed fields will be automatically saved.
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