The certificate program concludes with the capstone project. The capstone project provides students the opportunity to liaise with an expert in the field of disability, theology, and inclusive ministry to integrate their cumulative learning within the context of their specific professional environment or personal interests. Students registered for the capstone project will work with a faculty advisor to identify and complete a self-directed project. Possible projects could include a sermon series, Bible/book/film study, accessibility audit, proposal for a community initiative, support group, or service project, or another student initiated project. Students will be invited to present their completed project at the annual Luther Centre for Disability and Spirituality conference.
- Up to 10 days before the start of course: Full refund less 15% administrative fee.
- One to nine days before start of course: Full refund less 30% administrative fee.
- No refunds will be issued as of the first day of the course.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Certificate in Disability, Inclusive Ministry and Christian Faith : Certificate in Disability, Inclusive Ministry and Christian Faith