This is a capstone course for the Interfaith Leadership Studies minor that is designed to reinforce and synthesize knowledge, perspectives, and skills acquired in the elective courses in the program. On the theoretical side, the course will address such topics as the ongoing changes in the national religious landscape; effects of religious diversity on community relationships and social cohesion; conceptions and significance of religious pluralism; and principles and historical examples of interfaith cooperation. In addition, it will provide each member of the course with an opportunity to explore interfaith perspectives on particular socio-political, ethical, professional, or existential issue of special interest to students. On the practical side, the course requires students to apply their knowledge to concrete situations and develop their interfaith leadership skills through a variety of experiential learning assignments and projects.