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NAIITS Educational Programs

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Please use the following link to access the NAIITS Online-Learning Site. For Scholarship Applicants, please download the Scholarship Application Form here for you to fill-up and email it to us.
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Please contact NAIITS Admissions for the application process: admission@naiits.com
Overview:

The purpose of the NAIITS MTS program (currently delivered in conjunction with Tyndale Seminary) is to offer a rigorous theological studies program that provides the tools and experience necessary for students to be able to encourage others to fully embrace being an Indigenous follower of Jesus Christ; assist a community in following God's call; inspire people to embrace their Indigenous culture; and learn how to fully engage ministry and the Indigenous context. This graduate theological degree is designed and taught by Indigenous scholars and practitioners.
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Please contact NAIITS Admissions for the application process: admission@naiits.com
Overview:

The purpose of the NAIITS MAIS program (currently delivered in conjunction with Sioux Falls Seminary) is to provide a comprehensive intercultural studies program that provides the tools and experience necessary for students to be able to competently interrogate classic and traditional Christianity in all of its forms and denominational traditions, structures, and articulations. Students will be able to engage in a critique of the impact of the gospel on Indigenous peoples from around the globe, using a well-formed theological anthropology, and a well-studied missiology. In so doing they will have introduced themselves and those around them to a deeper faith that extends beyond simply the salvation of the human soul. This graduate theological degree is designed and taught by Indigenous scholars and practitioners.
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Please contact NAIITS Admissions for the application process: admission@naiits.com
Overview:

The purpose of the NAIITS MA-INCD program (administered in conjunction with Acadia Divinity College) is to provide a rigorous theological studies program that will enable students to deeply encounter and value the experience of the Indigenous follower of Jesus Christ in community and to learn how to assist an Indigenous community in identifying and developing the strengths derived from their worldview, history, traditions and cultural expressions in order to move forward in Creator’s good intentions for them. This graduate theological degree is designed and taught by Indigenous scholars and practitioners.

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NAIITS - An Indigenous Learning Community
NAIITS an Indigenous Learning Community ( formerly the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies) is one of two members of Indigenous Pathways (IP), a nonsectarian, non-profit organization dedicated to working together with the Indigenous community. NAIITS’ focus within IP is the development and articulate of Indigenous perspectives in theology and practice. We encourage Indigenous learning styles and world views in our instruction as we facilitate the development of a body of work addressing biblical, theological, and ethical issues from Indigenous perspectives. NAIITS currently has five degree program partnerships offering graduate, and post-graduate degree or award programs.
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