Spirituality, Culture and Health
(Graduate Certificate)

Within the online application system, applicants must provide general information (including educational history details), as well as the following specific program requirements.

Applicants must also request official transcripts, and any required graduate test and/or language proficiency official scores, be sent to WMU.

Application deadlines

On-going; students may be admitted for each semester.

Resume/Curriculum Vitae (CV)

A resume or curriculum vitae (CV) is required; please submit within the online application system.

Graduate test

This program does not require a graduate test.

Note: International applicants may have to provide evidence of English language proficiency. More information can be found within the online application.


This program requires three letters of recommendation from individuals who are able to evaluate the applicant’s potential for graduate study. Letters can be submitted by current or former colleagues if the applicant has not had recent contact with undergraduate professors. Please send email requests for such recommendation from within the online system.

Written statement

Please attach a letter of intent stating your specific interest in the program, and your academic and professional goals that the program would support.

Previous written work

This program does not require any previous written work be submitted.

Other program materials

This program does not require any other program materials to be submitted.

Additional information

Please select degree seeking in the academic intent section of the application so that it can be routed to the correct department.

If you have any questions, please review the website below for program and contact information.

Department of Comparative Religion — College of Arts and Sciences

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