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A CMU education will set you up for success. You will graduate a mature, skilled problem-solver who can write persuasively, speak confidently, and think critically across diverse subject areas.
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The common purpose that binds all of CMU's graduate programs is building leaders and change-makers—in business, in the not-for-profit and government sectors, in the community, and in the church.
- Master of Divinity
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- Master of Arts in Spiritual Care (NEW)
- Master of Arts in Theological Studies
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It’s not what you do, it’s who you become.
As an extension of the A Time of Reckoning symposium that took place at CMU in October 2023, this student-led media project is one way of reflecting CMU's story from 2000 to 2023. Every now and then, it's good to consider what we say we're doing, what we think we're doing, and what is actually going on.
Learning is an ageless pursuit. Whether young or old, infant or elder, we always take in new experiences, stitching them into the patchwork of our lives. We don't always get to choose which scraps or fabric make up our pastiche collage, but when looking back, we can always know the value and significance of those lessons.
Title: Reflections From the Road
This month on Sunday@CMU, we are hearing from CMU alumna Erika Enns Rodine, Minister at Altona Mennonite Church. In this rebroadcast of her series of meditations, she's using religious billboard messages on the highways of Southern Manitoba as springboards into theological exploration and biblical conversation.