The M.A. in Theology degree offers students the rich heritage of Catholic Church teaching, providing them with an extensive academic foundation in specific theological disciplines. For those interested in pursuing doctoral studies, the program offers the option of a research track that requires a major thesis, language proficiency and a comprehensive exam. For those who do not wish to pursue further graduate studies, the program offers the option of a general track consisting of coursework that provides a substantial and comprehensive overview of the Catholic faith.
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"The opportunity to study at Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology influenced me to look deeper into my faith. Faith transforms the way you think; it expands your heart so you're a more compassionate person."Mike St. Pierre, M.A.President, Morris Catholic High School
The M.A. in Theology offers four concentrations:
- Biblical studies
- Moral theology
- Systematic theology
- Church history
A fifth concentration -Judaeo-Christian studies -is available by taking courses in the Department of Religion's Jewish-Christian Studies graduate program.
All M.A. students can take their courses at both the main campus and extension sites, except when courses are reserved for a specific cohort group.
You may choose to study full time or part time for this degree.
The following is a selection of faculty of the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology (ICSST). Click to read more about all of our ICSST faculty »
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