St. Elias Seminary and Graduate School

Doctor of Faith-Based Diplomacy

St. Elias Seminary and Graduate School
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Typology Course
Methodology Distance Learning
Duration 6 Days
  • Course
  • Distance Learning
  • Duration:
    6 Days
Description

Upon completion of the Doctor of Faith-Based Diplomacy program. graduates will be: Prepared to conduct research in the interdependence between religion. culture, and diplomacy. Equipped to read and publish research in political, philosophical. religious, and other scholarly journals. Contribute new models and teachings based on scholarly methods. which enhance the ability of religious and political institutions to. understand the dynamics of the incorporation of religious concerns. into the practice of international politics; and.
Suitable for: Religious students and leaders. Business professionals. Government and military personnel. Employees of Non Goverment Organizations and Non Profits.

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· Requirements

Students write a prospectus and abstract of subjects to be covered in their research project for this degree. • All degree requirements must be completed within five years. Further extensions may be granted where the doctoral project warrants extra time for dissertation research and must be obtained from the program coordinator. • All assignments and exams for online courses/webinars must be submitted at the end of each semester as listed on the school calendar. Assignments for correspondence courses must be submitted within six months of the date of enrollment for each course.

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Course programme

The Doctor of Faith-Based Diplomacy (FBDD) is a research degree. The FBDD is an extension of postgraduate programs in religion, politics, and philosophy, and it is designed to prepare the student to teach in a seminary or university environment and to pursue interdisciplinary research in the elusive yet critical interdependence between religion, culture, and diplomacy.


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