Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies Degrees Conferred at Golden Gate Seminary
Eleven students received degrees for the Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies, awarded by Union University on the Northern California Campus of Golden Gate Seminary, as part of the Global Studies Program (GSP).
The Global Studies Program
is a partnership between Golden Gate and Union University, in
which students earn two degrees: a theological degree from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (MAIS) from Union University. The GGBTS degree satisfies the biblical and theological readiness requirements for international placement, while the MAIS degree provides professional credentials for access to unique global contexts.
The graduates are Jesse Andrew Bean, Garth Vinsant Clayborn, Glory Ann Dole, Gwendolyn Nicole Fox, Natalie Shaheen Gabbard, Sara Deann Heck, Heather Leigh Kern, Annie Wai-Chee Li, Amanda Elana Phifer, Shari Elizabeth Thomas and expected August graduate James H. Cook, Jr.
Dr. Charles A. Fowler, Senior Vice President for University Relations, Union University, gave the commencement address, conferred the degrees and presented diplomas with Dr. Cynthia Powell Jayne, Associate Provost, Institute for International and Intercultural Studies, Union University.