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M.A. (Theological Studies)
M.A. (Theological Studies)

 

alumni testimonial

“Concentrated study and daily interaction with professors have given me tools and knowledge that I could not have gained on my own. With the knowledge that I gained in systematic theology, Greek and Hebrew exegesis, and church history, I am well-equipped to more responsibly serve my family and the Church.”

ted beglin, M.A.T.S.


Purposes

  • Enable students to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to systematize and apply biblical truth to the intellectual issues confronting the church and the surrounding culture
  • Prepare graduates for graduate research programs in such disciplines as theology, apologetics, and church history or, with further practical training, to use their theological knowledge in such ministries as teaching, missions, counseling, or lay church leadership

Objectives

  • Exegete individual passages of Scripture accurately
  • Systematize exegetical, historical, and situational data into a consistent and coherent theology
  • Offer a thoughtful defense of Christian theology and explain how this theology applies to an individual’s belief and behavior

Course Requirements

24 credits Systematic Theology & Apologetics
20 credits Greek and Hebrew Languages
10 credits Church History
8 credits Biblical Studies
2 credits Graduate Theological Writing and Bibliography
2 credits Historical Theology
6 credits Elective
72 credits Total Credit Hours Including Biblical Languages

 

Specific course requirements for the Master of Arts (Theological Studies) program can be found in the WSC Catalogue.