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.
- Students will develop competence in biblical theology and Scriptural interpretation.
- Students will develop competence in applied theology through the study of ethics, leadership and ministry in various contexts.
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 additional Saturday session per course.