Master of Theological Studies
The Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.) program prepares students for doctoral work in theology, and provides in-depth theological preparation for those who plan to teach theology at the high school level.
Full-tuition scholarships for all students who are admitted to the program
Academic community of faith, scholarship, and collegiality
Excellent teaching-learning environment, with an emphasis on original research and collaboration
MTS colloquia provide opportunities for professional mentoring and student-led inter-disciplinary dialogue
Possibilities for participation in doctoral seminars with internationally recognized and diverse faculty (after completing foundational graduate study in the area)
Ability to pursue elective courses from other departments at the university
Opportunities to serve as graduate teaching assistants
Modern and ancient language courses available during the summers as well as the academic year (supported by tuition scholarship)
- MTS graduates accepted into top-tier doctoral programs in the United States and Europe
Visit the Graduate School's website to fill out the online application. Required components of the application include: three letters of recommendation, a statement of intent, a CV or resume, unofficial transcripts, GRE scores, and an English proficiency examination (if applicable). The application deadline to the M.T.S. Program is January 15.
For more information, see our admission and financial support page.