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Master of Arts in Theology

Offered: On Campus Apply

The MA in Theology offers rigorous study in the various disciplines of biblical, systematic and historical, and applied theology. The program invites students to join our learning community to be empowered for advanced study or ministry in the church.



  • Students will gain competence in theology by reflecting on its classical topics in light of their historical developments and contextual challenges.

Biblical Theology:

  • Students will develop competence in biblical theology and Scriptural interpretation.

Applied Theology:

  • Students will develop competence in applied theology through the study of ethics, leadership and ministry in various contexts.

Formats & Schedules

The Master of Arts in Theology program is year-round with courses offered during the spring, summer, and fall semesters. Courses are generally offered one night a week for eight weeks, with one Saturday session per course.

Quick Facts



2-3 years

Fall, Spring & Summer


*Tuition is based on the 2019/2020 academic year and is subject to change.

Meet Our Faculty & Staff

Gregory Austring, Ph.D.

Professor of Intercultural Studies, Religion and Ethics, Chair of General Education, School for Professional Studies

Tommy Casarez, Ph.D.

Associate Dean, Division of Theology, Chair, Department of Religion, Assistant Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology

Sarah Cassell

Graduate Religion Student Success Coordinator

Roli Dela Cruz, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of New Testatment

Willem Dogterom, D.Min.

Professor of Pastoral Ministries and Spiritual Formation, Chair, Professional Studies, Religion

Roger Heuser, Ph.D.

Professor of Leadership Studies

Alicia Jackson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Old Testament

Frank Macchia, D.Theol.

Professor of Theology, Editor, PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies

William Mendoza

Program Coordinator

Sandra Morgan

Director, Global Center for Women and Justice

Richard Park, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Theology and Ethics

Doug Petersen, Ph.D.

Margaret S. Smith Professor of World Missions and Intercultural Studies

John Mark Robeck, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Theology, Ethics, and Culture

Gary Tyra, D.Min.

Professor of Biblical and Practical Theology

April Westbrook, Ph.D.

Professor of Old Testament

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