M.A. (Theological Studies)

Career Path - Academic Ministry

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Program Summary

REQUIREMENTS: 60 Credit Hours

The Master of Arts Theological Studies program seeks to provide students with a knowledge base in the discipline of their choice which will acquaint them with the work of the major contributors to biblical and theological studies, give them knowledge of the major issues currently being addressed in the field, stimulate them in the formation of their own position in regard to these issues, and foster an eagerness to continue to learn and to make a contribution to the field. Course work is designed to ground students in the evangelical position so that they have a framework of faith and knowledge within which to face the diverse proposals that they will encounter in further study. The program develops students' research ability, foster the basic orientation and skills necessary for doctoral research work.

  • BIBLICAL THEOLOGY: A focus in biblical study, preparation for a teaching ministry or doctoral research. Students may choose an Old Testament or a New Testament track. This program is not intended to prepare students for pastoral ministry or to seek ordination.

  • SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY: Extensive training in theological thinking and practice. It is designed to prepare students for a teaching ministry or for doctoral research in a theological area. It is not intended to train students adequately for pastoral ministry or for ordination.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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