M.A. Student Learning Outcomes
The purpose of the M.A. degree program is to form theologically reflective women and men attentive to the theological shape of Christian vocation. The course of study provides a comprehensive introduction to the theological disciplines of Bible, theology, ethics, and history.
- Grasp the overarching narratives of Christian history and theological traditions within their historical contexts.
- Engage Scripture in a critical and faithful manner, informed by methods of biblical interpretation.
- Articulate a relationship between the history of Christianity, Scripture, and the mission of the Church in the world.
- Demonstrate an ability to reflect on theological doctrines in relation to the life of the church and the world today.
|Year 1||Year 2|
|Term 1||Term 1|
|Historical Studies I||Church and Sacraments|
|Historical Books of the Old Testament||Introduction to Ethics|
|Term 2||Term 2|
|Historical Studies II||Christology|
|Prophets and Psalms||Church and Society|
|Gospels, Acts, Johannine Epistles||Elective|
|Term 3||Term 3|
|Historical Studies III||M.A. Integrative Essay|
|Intro to Systematic Theology||Elective|
|New Testament Letters||Elective|