The School of Theology launched a new concentration in its Master of Arts program for the fall of 2012 — the M.A. in Religion and Environment. "This concentration was created to allow for foundational work in theology and the broad aspects of environmental studies," says the Rev. Dr. James Turrell, associate dean of academic affairs for The School of Theology.
The new program draws on the distinctive strengths of The School of Theology, the Center for Religion and the Environment, and the Environmental Studies Program and affiliated departments of the College. Learn more about it here.