School of Christian Studies
Through advanced biblical, theological and practical study, the ETBU School of Christian Studies graduate programs seek to equip men and women to become Christian servant leaders who possess the knowledge and skills necessary to fulfill their calling in the Kingdom of God.
The Master of Arts in Religion is a sixteen to eighteen month program focused on preparing students for further theological study and church-related vocations; it consists of 36-37 semester hours in which four hours may be earned by completing a thesis or advanced ministry project. This curriculum provides opportunities for intensive study in Christian scriptures, theology, and ministry at the graduate level. Program candidates will be vocational or dual-vocational ministers who wish to have a firm Biblical underpinning for effective ministry and for those who desire to attain an academic foundation for further graduate study. Students may enter the program during any fall or spring term.
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