Continuing Education Courses
on-campus and distance learning

UNIDA is also concerned with giving its students the opportunity to continue their studies through short courses in various areas and subjects:

The courses in the Continuing Education Program are not offering a degree, but are certified short courses.

On-campus modality:

  • Interpretation in Sign Language
  • An Introduction to the History of Christianity
  • Christ in a world of many beliefs
  • Witnessing peace in times of terrorism and violence
  • Christianity, Islam and the future of mankind
  • I Believe, We Believe – The Role of Creeds in the Christian Life
  • The world is my parish (John Wesley). What is a Protestant parish?
  • Theology Sketches of Care (Pastoral)
  • Questions about sexuality in pastoral counseling
  • Introduction to the Bible
  • Theology in English

Distance learning modality:

  • Pastoral ministry
  • Religious education
  • Religious studies, culture and dialogue
  • Theories of mission and the elaboration of missionary projects
  • Ecumenism and mission
  • Mission, Church and Kingdom of God
  • Indigenous and African religion: a project for the classroom
  • Religious studies and monotheism
  • Mission and social reality
  • Pauline Theology
  • Pentecostal Theology
  • Black Theology

"It was a pleasure to be part of the lively Congress held in 2017 to consider the legacy of the Protestant Reformation. Everyone at Faculdade UNIDA was welcoming and gracious. The community is wonderfully diverse, ecumenical, and open. I was very impressed by the combination of scholarship and relevance, the active effort to bridge historical, confessional, and geographic differences in service to the church in the world today."


Elsie McKee
Professor of Reformation Studies and the History of Worship
Princeton Theological Seminary