The Muslim-Christian Relations Certificate prepares you for effective life and work in Muslim contexts. The required courses will provide you with an essential understanding of Muslim beliefs and practices as well as various forms of Christian witness.
You can earn the Muslim-Christian Relations Certificate completely online.
Note: This certificate program is not eligible for federal Title IV financial aid funds – i.e. such as Federal Direct Loans.
The Certificate in Muslim-Christian Relations equips you to:
- Demonstrate skill in identifying and analyzing cultural issues.
- Evaluate current strategies regarding the global mission of God among Muslims.
Professor of Intercultural Studies
Dr. Cashin is professor of intercultural studies in the College of Intercultural Studies at CIU. Previously, he lived in Sweden, where he served as pastor of two churches.
Dean, College of Intercultural Studies, Professor of Intercultural Studies and History of Global Christianity
Ed Smither joined the Columbia International University faculty in 2012. Previously, he taught church history and intercultural studies at Liberty University (2006-2012) and spent fourteen years in
Director, Zwemer Center for Muslim Studies
Dr. Castor and his wife, Katie, served as YWAM missionaries in South Asia before coming to CIU. He started working at the Zwemer Center for Muslim Studies in 2008. His research interests are in Muslim