Youth, Family, and Culture

All too often, youth are separated from adults in our culture. In ministry, in school, in public, and even at home, we often distance ourselves from one another. What does this mean for our youth, families, communities, and churches?

This is one of the questions you'll delve into as part of the practical theological training we offer at Fuller. You'll learn from faculty who are renowned authors, speakers, and researchers in the field of youth and culture--ministers who continue to lead the way for the future of youth ministry.

How will you re-imagine, reiterate, and reinforce the gospel for today's youth and their families?

Featured Faculty

Click to watch the video with Chap Clark, Professor and Chair of Youth, Family, and Culture.
Youth Family and Culture Masters Degree Emphasis at Fuller Theological Seminary - Video

Curriculum Requirements

To earn an emphasis in Youth, Family, and Culture the student must fulfill the emphasis requirements (20 units), offered on a rotation and listed below:

Required Courses (8 units):

YF500 Foundation of Youth Ministry or YF501 Introduction to Youth Ministry
YF503 Evangelism, Justice, and Emerging Generations

Choose Two (8 units):

Any Youth, Family, and Culture course (YF) or GM527 Ministry and Culture

Choose One (4 units):

Any Pastoral Counseling course (CN)

Any Church Growth course (MC)

Any Theology and Culture course (TC)

Any Youth, Family, and Culture course (YF)

Emphasis courses are scheduled on a rotation and may not be available every quarter. For descriptions of courses, please visit the Academic Catalog.

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