The Department of Theology & Religious Studies offers graduate programs for those interested in religious education, ministry, non-profit leadership, continued academic study, and other professional careers in religious institutions and social service agencies. The master’s degree program provides a broad foundation in the field of theology and religious studies, while the Certificate in Theological Education provides focused preparation for teaching theology at the high school level.
The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Theology & Religious Studies graduate program is designed to provide master’s students with advanced knowledge of the content and method of various disciplines of theology and religious studies (scripture, Christian history, ethics, world religions, systematic theology, and sociology of religion).
The Certificate in Theological Education prepares teachers by deepening their theological expertise and strengthening their classroom skills.