The School of Theology and Ministry’s curriculum aims to address the current needs and questions of today’s world by equipping leaders with interdisciplinary knowledge, field-based professional skills, and spiritual frames of meaning. Our students come from almost every decade of life experience and an array of religious backgrounds and faith perspectives.
We are pleased to announce the introduction of a new 54-credit academic degree program. The Master of Arts (M.A.) is a flexible program that will allow students to explore theology, spirituality or religious studies in specialized and more individualized courses of study. The degree offers the option of a focus in spiritual direction, general theological studies, or spirituality. Other focus areas will become available in the future.
The Doctor of Ministry degree equips students to be mindful agents of change as builds influential leaders for a more just and humane world.
The Master of Divinity degree prepares students for leadership roles in congregations, faith-based communities, and ministerial settings.
The Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies degree helps students to deepen self-knowledge, explore Christian traditions, and develop skills to minister in church and society.
The Master of Arts in Transforming Spirituality degree balances the Christian tradition and the student’s specific faith tradition, with an openness to the wisdom of the world’s spiritual beliefs and practices.
The Master of Arts in Couples & Family Therapy degree is an interfaith, spiritually-integrated program that prepares effective, competent couples and family therapists.
The Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership degree combines the study of leadership theory and practice, peacebuilding, ethics, and spirituality to empower students as leaders for a more just and humane world.