Academic Programs

The following courses are offered as a part of the Leadership and Multifaith Program. 

On the Campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology

IAC 2002: Science, Engineering and Religion: An Interfaith Dialogue

Instructor: John D. Cressler,

Spring 2020

This course will gather together a small and diverse set of students to explore a variety of topics related to the intersection of science, engineering, and religion. The course will include site visits. There are no prerequisites. Students seeking admission to the course must contact the instructor.

IAC 3803 Course Details

IAC 2803: Conversations in Religion, Ethics, Science, and Technology

Instructor: Steven H. Fazenbaker

Students will encounter five world religions, compare religious and scientific worldviews, and explore religiously-informed ethical perspectives on several scientific and technological advancements.

On the Campus of Emory University at the Candler School of Theology

WR 650: Islam in America

​Instructor: Deanna Ferree Womack

Resource Database on Islam in America (created by Candler students in Fall 2016)

WR 655: Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue

​Instructor: Deanna Ferree Womack

Dialogue Course in the News 

WR 652: History and Practice of Christian-Muslim Relations

​Instructor: Deanna Ferree Womack