The Master of Arts in Theology (M.A.) program is designed to provide students with graduate-level competence in several areas of theological study and to offer opportunities for advanced work in areas of particular interest to the student.
The non-conjoint M.A. in Theology is designed as a four-semester (two-year) program, consisting of twelve courses, language requirements and the completion of a master’s thesis. Normally, candidates will take twelve courses in three semesters and complete a master’s thesis in the final semester (the equivalent of four courses). The program may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis.
The Biblical Department
With two areas of concentration:
The Historical Department
Focusing on the history of Christianity.
The Pastoral Department
With five areas of concentration:
The Theological Department
With three areas of concentration: