Leadership Certificate Program

Building Bridges Across Religious Difference for a Common Good

In a world of increasing religious diversity and conflict, this interdisciplinary Interfaith Leadership Certificate (IFC) builds capacity for creating and sustaining mutually inspiring relationships with people of differing religious/non-religious worldviews in service to a common good.

This 18 credit certificate is open to USU undergraduates in any major with a minimum GPA of 2.0. It combines classroom-based learning and community-based application of the vision, knowledge, and skills needed to navigate a religiously diverse world. This certificate program can be combined with any major or minor and will add real value to any post-graduation employment or graduate-level studies that you seek.

Thanks to a grant from Interfaith Youth Core and the Teagle Foundation, USU Anthropology and Social Work programs have developed an interdisciplinary Interfaith Leadership Certificate that can be added to any undergraduate major. This program will blend classroom-based with practical learning opportunities so that students who complete the certificate program are ready to be change-makers and religious bridge-builders in whatever profession they prepare for. Refer to the current requirements and the Interfaith Leadership Certificate flyer for detailed information. To learn more, please email Bonnie Glass-Coffin.