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  • AMST 2500 Certificate in American Muslim Life: Law & Society
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    The Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, a non-profit research and education institution, has collected and published research on Americans who are Muslim for nearly 20 years. That research provides the bedrock and context for these online courses, created by ReligionandPublicLife.org and supplemented by a collection of resources from other institutions and scholars. The Institute for the Social Policy and Understanding, in partnership with ReligionAndPublicLife.org, awards the ISPU Certificate in Religious Liberty for those who complete the course collection, AMST 2500 American Muslims: Law & Society. The curriculum includes a study of Muslims in Early America, contemporary demographics about American Muslims, controversies about the treatment of Muslims, and pathways for building resilient Muslim communities in America. Skills: Civil Dialogue, Empathy, Legal Literacy, Media Literacy, Religious Literacy, Resiliency Non-Credit: 15 hours for 1 Certificate Credit: Use the LiveChat to speak with your advisor about completing 45 hours of research to earn three college credits for completing this certificate program. Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • AMST 2502 Who are American Muslims?
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    Study groundbreaking research on American Muslim experiences in all their diversity. Track contemporary trends about not only Americans who are Muslim, but Americans of other faiths and no faith as well. In this interactive course, you will examine American Muslims’ perspective within the context of their nation’s religious landscape, not as an isolated specimen.

    Skills: Critical Thinking, Empathy, Legal Literacy, Religious Literacy

    Time: Non-Credit 3 hours

    Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development

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  • AMST 2504 How are American Muslims Treated?
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    In this interactive course, you will engage a series of “civic tracks” about how American Muslims are treated by the (1) legislative branch, (2) executive branch, (3) judicial branch, (4) law enforcement, and (5) public schools.

    Skills: Critical Thinking, Legal Literacy, Media Literacy, Religious Literacy

    Time: Non-Credit 3 hours

    Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development

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  • AMST 2505 Resilient Communities: Pathways Forward
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    Skills: Critical Thinking, Legal Literacy, Media Literacy, Religious Literacy, Resiliency

    Time: Non-Credit 3 hours

    Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development

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  • AMST 3000 Certificate in Civic Inclusion
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    America Indivisible, in partnership with ReligionAndPublicLife.org, awards the America Indivisible Civic Inclusion Certificate to those who complete the course collection, AMST 3000 Civic Inclusion. The curriculum explores the impact of racialized anti-Muslim bigotry on communities who are Muslim and perceived to be Muslim the role civic leaders can play in addressing this phenomenon. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Civil Dialogue, Community Engagement, Cultural Literacy, Diversity & Inclusion, Empathy, Legal Literacy, Media Literacy, Policymaking, Public Service, Religious Literacy, Resiliency Time: Non-Credit: 15 hours for 1 Certificate Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • AMST 3002 Envision Civics as an Antidote to Prejudice
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    Civic health is an antidote to bigotry. Explore inspiring stories of communities and leaders who, despite a heightened climate of anti-Muslim bigotry, successfully built inclusive practices and policies, led collaborative actions, and fostered diverse public engagement to improve their community. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Civil Dialogue, Community Engagement, Cultural Literacy, Diversity & Inclusion, Empathy, Religious Literacy, Resiliency Time: Non-Credit 3 hours Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • LAW 200 Certificate in Religion & Law
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  • POLI 600 Certificate in Religion & American Politics
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