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  • Psychological Sciences | Vanderbilt University
    Vanderbilt Applications and Admissions How to Apply Online Application Financial Aid For International Students For Special Visiting Students Frequently Asked Questions Graduate Student Handbook For Current Students Graduate Student Handbook Forms Checklists and Milestones Information and Resources Fellowships Funding and Awards Professional Development Papers Every Graduate Student Should Read Vanderbilt Academic Calendar Graduate Student Handbook The Graduate School Catalog Courses Combined BA MA in A S Psychology M Ed in Child Studies M Ed in Clinical Psychological Assessment M Ed in Quantitative Methods Undergraduate Program Psychology Arts and Science Psychology and Human Development Peabody Research Facilities and Resources Research Centers Training Grants Research Colloquia Study Set Up Research Requisites Participate in a Research Study News Events Overview Events Calendar News and Kudos Research News Vanderbilt Psychological Sciences Awards Reservation Calendar Resources Contacts Contacts For Faculty Events Calendar Participate in a Research Study Careers Home People Listing Faculty Our People Regular Faculty Affiliated Faculty Emeritus Faculty Post Doctoral Fellows Graduate Students Staff View Faculty by Subfield Clinical Science Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience Developmental Science Neuroscience Quantitative Methods Interdisciplinary View Graduate Students by Subfield Clinical Science Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience Developmental Science Neuroscience Quantitative Methods Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program Psychological Sciences at Vanderbilt

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  • Program Highlights | Department of Psychological Sciences | Vanderbilt University
    Science Psychology and Human Development Peabody Research Facilities and Resources Research Centers Training Grants Research Colloquia Study Set Up Research Requisites Participate in a Research Study News Events Overview Events Calendar News and Kudos Research News Vanderbilt Psychological Sciences Awards Reservation Calendar Resources Contacts Contacts For Faculty Events Calendar Participate in a Research Study Careers Home Graduate Program Prospective Students Program Highlights Program Highlights Our graduates have obtained jobs at major academic institutions Case Western Reserve University Chinese University of Hong Kong DePaul University Fisk University The Johns Hopkins University Seoul National University Temple University University of California Davis University of California Irvine University of California San Francisco University of Chicago Medical School University of Pittsburgh University of Rochester University of the South Vanderbilt University Yonsei University Many of our graduates go from graduate school into postdoctoral position in outstanding laboratories and institutions such as Dartmouth Medical Center Duke University Harvard University The Salk Institute Stanford University Univesity of California Berkeley University of California Davis UNC Chapel Hill University of Pennsylvania UCLA UCSD Yale University Our graduate students have authored or co authored papers in prestigious journals such as Journal of Experimental Psychology General Journal of Neuroscience Nature Neuron Proceedings

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  • Admissions | Graduate Department of Religion | Vanderbilt University
    and Critical Theories of Religion Homiletics and Liturgics Jewish Studies M A New Testament and Early Christianity Religion Psychology and Culture Theological Studies M A students may specialize in any of the areas listed above or apply for a cross disciplinary or general M A program The M A program involves at least one academic year s work and the writing of an M A thesis The Ph D program formally requires three years study in residence followed by qualifying examinations and the writing of a dissertation The Graduate School permits up to 24 hours of transfer credit for previous post baccalaureate work which is of graduate quality toward the Ph D and six hours toward the M A Ph D study does not consist solely of formal course work especially during the second year students may prepare for the qualifying examinations by auditing courses and by engaging in individual research Important Information for Applicants You will note that the application form provides space for a statement of purpose in undertaking graduate study This statement is one of the most important elements in the application process Please indicate as precisely as possible what you propose to accomplish in undertaking graduate work in the field of religion Explain your interest in the particular GDR area of study which you have selected and specify your objectives in that area Assess the strengths and weaknesses of your previous preparation In light of the continuing scarcity of academic teaching positions it is important for us to know what your vocational objectives are If you have vocational interests other than teaching in a university college or seminary or are assured of an appropriate placement be sure to indicate that Attach an additional sheet if the space provided on the form is insufficient Applications are due

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  • Master of Arts | Degrees | Graduate Department of Religion | Vanderbilt University
    School Portal Faculty Staff Portal Student Portal Home Degrees Master of Arts Master of Arts The M A program is designed to enable students to explore personal interests or vocational options to acquire a background for teaching at the secondary level and or to attain a foundation for further studies at the doctoral level A thesis is required Candidates may choose one of the following two programs Specialty M A This program involves a concentration in one or the sub specialties of religious study Students will select a major of at least 12 hours from the following ethics and society Hebrew Bible historical studies history and critical theories of religion homiletics and liturgics Jewish studies New Testament and early Christianity religion psychology and culture theological studies The remaining hours may be chosen from the above areas or other departments or the Graduate School Cross Disciplinary M A This program provides an opportunity for students to relate one of the sub specialties of religious studies to an appropriate supportive discipline in the university Normally 12 hours are taken in one of the areas listed under the specialty M A with the remaining hours taken in another department of the Graduate School The thesis will embody an effort to integrate the methodologies and subject matters of the two disciplines in relation to a chosen problem All M A candidates demonstrate reading competence in one foreign language ancient or modern as may be required in the programs or area of concentration This requirement may be satisfied by passing the ETS Graduate School Foreign Language Test with a score of 450 or better or by presenting an acceptable record of at least 12 semester hours or its equivalent in a language Candidates specializing in Hebrew Bible or New Testament are expected to work with

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  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Religion | Degrees | Graduate Department of Religion | Vanderbilt University
    the baccalaureate degree are admitted first to the M A program Successful completion of the latter provides a foundation for doctoral studies but does not guarantee admission to the Ph D program Applicants with the B A degree are advised to consider not only the M A program in the Graduate School but also the two year M T S Master of Theological Studies program in the Vanderbilt Divinity School as preparation for Ph D work Areas of Study Degree programs are offered in Ethics and Society Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel Historical Studies History and Critical Theories of Religion Homiletics and Liturgics Jewish Studies M A New Testament and Early Christianity Religion Psychology and Culture Theological Studies Interdisciplinary studies both within religion and in other areas of knowledge are encouraged The study of religion can be pursued at Vanderbilt both as a critical humanistic discipline employing a variety of methodological perspectives and as a theological discipline interpreting the biblical religions and their historical theological and ethical heritage Degree Requirements Candidates for the Ph D degree must demonstrate a reading knowledge of two modern languages A a modern language of research normally French German Spanish or Modern Hebrew and B one of the following another modern language relevant to the field of study a biblical or other relevant ancient language the student s native language if not English a research method such as statistics when appropriate Each of the areas of major concentration specifies which of the options under B are acceptable for its students The requirement for modern languages may be satisfied by passing departmental reading examinations or by passing with the grade of B or higher a Vanderbilt University course designed specifically to teach graduate students to use the language in research Currently such courses are offered in

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  • FAQ | Degrees | Graduate Department of Religion | Vanderbilt University
    English and who have not received a degree at an English language university by the application deadline What are the codes I need to provide to Educational Testing Service ETS to make sure my scores arrive at Vanderbilt The institution code is 1871 and the department code is 4901 What is the Statement of Purpose The Statement of Purpose is a very important part of the application In it you should indicate what you propose to accomplish in undertaking graduate work in the field of religion Explain your interest in a particular Vanderbilt University Graduate Department of Religion area of study and specify your objectives in that area Is there a page or word limit for the Statement of Purpose No What is the Theology and Practice Program Since accepting its first cohort in fall 2006 the Program in Theology and Practice has sought to form a generation of outstanding teachers for people preparing for ministry and of groundbreaking scholars in practical theology The program awards five fellowships each year to students beginning Ph D studies in Religion at Vanderbilt Fellows may earn their Ph D in any of the eight areas in which the Graduate Department of Religion offers the degree More information is on the website How do I request a campus visit Email is the preferred means of communication between prospective students and the GDR faculty Still if you would like to request an official campus visit to meet with faculty or attend a class you must first begin the online application When you have completed the Academic Information and the Statement of Purpose portions of the application please contact the faculty in the area you are interested in If you are planning to be in Nashville and would like to come to campus to talk with the Administrative Assistant about the program or application process please contact the GDR Office This would not be considered an official visit and does not have to follow the above guidelines What financial aid is available from the Graduate Department of Religion at Vanderbilt University All M A students receive at least a 70 tuition scholarship on up to 30 credit hours Jewish Studies students receive an 85 tuition discount If an admitted M A student wants to take more than the required 30 hours permission may be granted to extend the tuition discount for up to another 12 hours All Ph D students receive a University Tuition Scholarship which are service free awards that pay tuition costs up to 72 credit hours and include student health coverage Additionally all Ph D students receive an annual stipend for four to six years Are there teaching opportunities for a Ph D student in the GDR The terms of the stipend require that students serve without additional compensation as a Research Assistant usually in year 1 and as a Teaching Associate in three courses usually in years 2 and 3 Any additional assignments as Research Assistant or Teaching Associate include compensation Is

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  • Certificate Programs | Degrees | Graduate Department of Religion | Vanderbilt University
    in several different programs of interest All degree seeking students at the Divinity School are eligible to apply for certificate programs during the spring semester of their first year of study or at any point prior to graduation provided that the required courses have been completed To receive a certificate one must take 15 credit hours of courses in the designated area Most certificates also require a final project Specific requirements are determined by program more information is available by following the program links below Certificates Offered Within the Divinity School Religion in the Arts and Contemporary Culture For future leaders of ministry to understand and harness the creativity of the arts for theological reflection and contemporary worship Kelly Miller Smith Institute on Black Church Studies KMSI Research and praxis on issues of theology and ministry in the African American church tradition focusing on education dialogue and development Carpenter Program in Religion Gender and Sexuality Explores the complex set of issues dealing with religion gender and sexuality It seeks to provide education and encourage communication within and across religious affiliations ideological bases and cultural contexts Certificates Offered by Vanderbilt University and available to Divinity students African American and Diaspora Studies

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  • People | Graduate Department of Religion | Vanderbilt University
    of Religion Email 3 7516 Theological Studies Juan Floyd Thomas Associate Professor of African American Religious History Email 2 2619 Historical Studies Stacey Floyd Thomas Associate Professor of Ethics and Society Email 3 4074 Ethics and Society Volney P Gay Professor of Religious Studies Professor of Psychiatry Director of Psychotherapy Training Professor of Anthropology Email Religion Psychology and Culture Jay Geller Associate Professor of Modern Jewish Culture Email 3 3968 HACTOR Jaco Hamman Associate Professor of Religion Psychology and Culture Director of the Program in Theology and Practice Email 615 343 5404 Religion Psychology and Culture Joel F Harrington Professor of History Email 615 322 3351 Historical Studies William Hook Associate Dean of Libraries Director Divinity Library Professor of the Practice of Theological Librarianship Email 3 8350 Theological Librarianship James Hudnut Beumler Anne Potter Wilson Distinguished Professor of American Religious History Professor of History in the College of Arts and Science Email 3 3978 Historical Studies Peter Lake University Distinguished Professor of History Professor of the History of Christianity Divinity School Email 2 3333 Historical Studies Amy Jill Levine University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies E Rhodes and Leona B Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies Professor of Jewish Studies Email 3 3967 New Testament and Early Christianity Paul Lim Associate Professor of the History of Christianity Associate Professor of History College of Arts Science Associate Faculty of Religious Studies College of Arts Science Associate Faculty of Asian Studies College of Arts Science Email 3 3975 Historical Studies Nancy Lin Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Buddhist Traditions of South Asia and Assistant Professor of History of Art Email Website 615 343 3385 HACTOR Bryan Lowe Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Email HACTOR Herbert R Marbury Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible and Chair of the Divinity Faculty Email 3

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