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St. Paul University Announces Graduate Diploma and JCL Opportunities

Tuesday, January 15, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Colleen Crawford
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St. Paul University in Ottawa announced the following academic opportunities for individuals pursuing a degree in canon law. For more information, please contact: Saint Paul University, Faculty of Canon Law, 223 Main Street, Ottawa ON, K1S 1C4, Canada. 613-236-1391 800-637-6859 or info@ustpaul.ca. Interested parties may also visit their website at http://ustpaul.ca/en/faculty-of-canon-law-home_44_39.htm.

 

Canon Law Graduate Diploma in Conflict Resolution

The Faculty of Canon Law of Saint Paul University announces a Graduate Diploma in Conflict Resolution to be offered during academic year 2013-2014. The Graduate Diploma consists of 15 credits of coursework, nine of which are offered on line and six on campus. The on line courses are: General Norms, Christian Faithful, and Administrative Institutes. The on campus courses, to be offered 6-17 January 2014, are: Introduction to Conflict Resolution and Conflict Resolution Methods. This Graduate Diploma is designed for those whose ecclesial ministry requires canonical competence in various aspects of conflict resolution within the Church.


Canon Law Graduate Diploma in Church Governance

The Faculty of Canon Law of Saint Paul University announces a Graduate Diploma in Church Governance to be offered during academic year 2013-2014. The Graduate Diploma consists of 15 credits of coursework, all of which are offered on line. The five required courses are: General Norms, Universal and Supra-Diocesan Structures, Particular Churches, Temporal Goods, and Penal Law. This Graduate Diploma is designed for those who are involved in leadership in dioceses and religious institutes, as well as civil attorneys and other who provide assistance to bishops and other Church leaders.


Two Year (Six Semester) JCL

The Faculty of Canon Law announces that it offers the Licentiate in Canon law (JCL) in six semesters (fall, winter, and spring/summer) over two calendar years. The degree consists of 75 credits of coursework, 66 of which are from compulsory courses and 9 of which are from optional courses. The JCL curriculum is governed by Sapientia christiana (15 April 1979) and subsequent legislation and norms of the Holy See.


Distance/Residential Option for JCL

The Faculty of Canon Law announces students seeking the Licentiate in Canon law (JCL), which consists of 75 credits of coursework, have the option of pursuing the degree through a combination of distance education and residential courses. Students take distance education courses over three years, leading to residential courses over fourteen months. They will take approximately half of the required canon law courses at a distance on line over six semesters, and will then complete the remaining courses during four semesters on campus. The JCL curriculum is governed by Sapientia christiana (15 April 1979) and subsequent legislation and norms of the Holy See.

 


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