For joint-program students participating in Chaplaincy Institute (ChI) modules as part of the Interfaith Studies Certificate. Theravada is the dominant form of Buddhism in most of southeast Asia-Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. It claims about 100 million adherents worldwide, and its doctrines are taken from the Pali Tipitaka or Pali Canon. Basic teachings from this practice will be taught by a Theravada Bhikkuni (Buddhist nun) and other members of the Bay Area Dharma community. This immersion module also includes spiritual site visits and participation in religious services.
This course is only for students who have been admitted to the SKSM-ChI joint program and is not available to other SKSM students or to students from other GTU schools.
Dates for this course are Aug 15-19, 2018, 9am-5pm (typically includes one evening class).
Relates to SKSM thresholds 3, 5, 6; MFC Competencies 1, 3, 4 and 7.