The undergraduate academic programs and courses of Conrad Grebel University College are part of the Faculty of Arts at University of Waterloo. The College teaches courses in the following areas: Arts First, History, Mennonite Studies, Music, Church Music and Worship, Peace and Conflict Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Sociology.
Conrad Grebel University College offers two Masters level graduate programs.
The Master of Theological Studies (MTS) is a two-year degree offered jointly by Grebel and the University of Waterloo. The MTS program is focused on a study of Christianity and the mission of the Christian church in the world, and is offered from an Anabaptist/Mennonite perspective, within an ecumenical context. It is designed for those who may be exploring vocations of ministry and service, those preparing for pastoral ministry, chaplaincy, or further graduate studies, and those seeking personal enrichment.
The Master of Peace and Conflict Studies (MPACS) program empowers students with the knowledge, research, and practical skills needed to contribute to nonviolent peace-building efforts locally and globally. MPACS places a unique focus on the pivotal role that individuals within civil society play as catalysts for peace. The MPACS degree is conferred by the University of Waterloo.
Both MTS and MPACS programs accept full-time and part-time students.
In addition to teaching classes at the undergraduate and graduate level, Conrad Grebel University College offers learning opportunities through numerous public events, online courses for credit, and a certificate program. The Conflict Management Certificate Program offers professional development workshops in conflict management topics such as mediation, coaching and leadership, which are applicable to workplace, congregational or community settings. Workshops are available online and in person.
Conrad Grebel Review
The Conrad Grebel Review is an interdisciplinary journal of Christian inquiry devoted to thoughtful, sustained discussion of spirituality, theology and culture from a broadly-based Mennonite perspective.
Faculty members at Conrad Grebel University College provide expertise on a variety of topics, especially related to peace, music, worship, Mennonites, religious studies, theology, and history. They are willing to share in community and church settings through lectures, presentations, workshops, adult and youth education, and sermons. Learn more.