The Certificate in Anglican Studies is a program intended to provide a working knowledge of Anglicanism, particularly in the United Episcopal Church of North America. Learn More >
The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education is a religious degree program intended to provide those intending to pursue a vocation working in Church schools or education ministries with a knowledge of Biblical principles, classroom management, and an understanding of educational processes with a biblical Christian worldview. Learn More >
The Bachelor of Arts in Theology is a degree for those considering a vocation to Christian ministry in the Anglican tradition. The focus of the degree is to provide a general education in the Bible, systematic theology, church history, liturgy, and pastoral studies, leading to ordination as a deacon or setting apart as a deaconess, and shall also provide the basis for further biblical, theological, and pastoral studies through either the Master of Arts or Bachelor of Divinity program.
The Certificate in Theology is a program for those preparing for ordination as deacons in the United Episcopal Church of North America and related jurisdictions. This program includes an introduction to Biblical Studies, Theology, Church History, Apologetics, and Homiletics. Learn More >
The Latimer Master of Arts in Ministry is a program open to those who have already been ordained into the Anglican ministry, or the ministry of another related tradition. Candidates will demonstrate an applied knowledge of Scripture, Systematic Theology, Pastoral Theology, Church History, Homiletics and Apologetics, and Liturgy. Learn More >
The Master of Arts in Theology, Ministry & Mission is a program intended to provide additional graduate level vocational education in Biblical Studies, systematic theology, pastoral theology, homiletics, apologetics, liturgy, Christian Education, and church history for those preparing for ordination as priests in the Anglican tradition. Learn More >
The Bachelor of Divinity (Graduate) program is for those engaged in Christian ministry or education who wish to develop a specialized knowledge in some aspect of Biblical Studies, Theology, or Church History through research. The Bachelor of Divinity is a research-oriented graduate degree for those studying theology. Learn More >
The Master of Letters (M.Litt.) is designed as a two-year research degree. The degree requires the preparation and submission of either (a) an integrated research paper of 40,000-50,000 words, or (b) two integrated research papers of 20,000-25,000 words each.
The Doctor of Ministry is a religious degree program is open to clergy in the Anglican and other related Reformed traditions who already hold a graduate degree, in Theology, Ministry, or a related field. Candidates shall have served at least seven years in the ordained ministry before embarking on the Doctor of Ministry course. The object of the degree is to further develop a specialized knowledge and skills in some aspect of Christian Ministry. After acceptance into the program, candidates must submit a 40,000-word dissertation on some aspect of Christian Ministry, which shall have been approved in advance by the Faculty. Learn More >