MDiv Social Justice
2014 - Currently Enrolled
Howard University School of Divinity, a graduate theological and professional school, educates and forms academic and religious leaders to serve the Church and society, and to celebrate the religious and cultural heritage of African-Americans, the African Diaspora, and Africa.
Howard University School of Divinity seeks to be a global leader in theological education in a community driven by intellectual rigor, a passion for justice and freedom, and a relentless search for truth.
BFA Digital Media
2008 - 2012
Our Vision: We are known and respected for preparing our graduates to be exceptionally successful in navigating an increasingly complex and uncertain world characterized by continuous and dramatic change. We excel in offering an integrative learning experience that synthesizes theory with practice, promotes critical thinking and effective self-expression, and fosters in our students a commitment to a lifetime of service and learning. We challenge our students to cross boundaries and make connections among academic disciplines, campus experiences, and community by offering a rich variety of opportunities for experiential learning both on the campus and beyond. We attract students who have the capacity and the desire to be engaged members of a supportive and caring learning community that is rooted in the liberal arts and sciences, includes a selection of well-integrated professional programs, and is characterized by a strong interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to learning. We seek to educate individuals of integrity who possess intellectual competencies and personal qualities that will enable them to take up positions of leadership and service whatever their chosen fields and thereby add to the richness, diversity, and welfare of our global society. Gratefully recognizing their transformational experiences as Albright students, our graduates will eagerly embrace opportunities to support their alma mater by sharing their time, talents, and treasure.