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Joint M.Div./M.A. Option

Due to the challenges of accessing testing sites during the coronavirus crisis, Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology has waived the Graduate Entrance Exam requirement of all degree applications for Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Spring 2021.

In the course of complying with the Academic Program for Priesthood Candidates, a student meets all requirements for the M.Div. degree. Because there are "surplus" credits in the Academic Program for Priesthood Candidates beyond what is applied toward the M.Div., a student may apply these additional credits toward the M.A. in Theology, either in the research or general format.

Curriculum

Because there are "surplus" credits in the Academic Program for Priesthood Candidates beyond what is applied toward the M.Div., a student may apply these additional credits toward the M.A. in Theology, either in the research or general format.

Assuming that a student has met all the requirements of the Academic Program for Priesthood Candidates, including successful completion of the four required electives, he needs the following additional credits in his concentration area to meet credit requirements of the M.A.: systematics -6; moral theology -6; Church history -15; biblical studies -15 (plus the Greek and/or Hebrew requirements).

Faculty

The following is a selection of faculty of Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology (ICSST). Click to read more about all of our ICSST faculty »

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Rev. Msgr. Gerard McCarren
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Spiritual Director for the Seminary
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Dianne Traflet
Dianne Traflet
Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Administration and Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology
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Msgr. Anthony Ziccardi
Rev. Msgr. C. Anthony Ziccardi
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies
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Justin Anderson
Justin M. Anderson
Associate Professor and Chair of Moral Theology
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