By Jessica Easthope
St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie is helping you in mastering an online degree. The new master’s and post-baccalaureate programs are available for both laypeople and religious. Students will Zoom into live classroom lectures at three locations.
An array of subjects will be offered ranging from morality to the history of the Church. Seminary staff says it’s what new-age evangelization looks like.
“People want to learn more about the faith and what this enables them to do is to do so in a very convenient way and within the context of the representation of the entire church,” said Father Matthew Ernest, the academic dean at St. Joseph’s Seminary.
“We’ve been able to broaden our audience and teach on a larger stage and to me that is so great,” said associate academic dean, Donna Eschenauer.
Applications are being accepted through September 7. You can apply online at dunwoodie.edu