The 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.
This is a 45-credit hour program is intended for those already in holy orders, but who lack a graduate degree in theology. It is intended to provide a basic underpinning of Biblical knowledge, church history, liturgics, and historical and systematic theology.
- ANG541 – Anglican Polity (3 credits)
- THE406 – Introduction to Christian Apologetics (3 credits)
- BIB420 – Introduction to the Old Testament (3 credits)
- BIB421 – Introduction to the New Testament (3 credits)
- THE445 – Sermon Preparation and Homiletics (3 credits)
- ANG450 – Use of the Book of Common Prayer (3 credits)
- BIB530 – The Synoptic Gospels (3 credits)
- BIB531 – The Gospel of St. John (3 credits)
- BIB532 – The Pauline Epistles (3 credits)
- BIB533 – The Pastoral Epistles and the Apocalypse (3 credits)
- HIS535 – Introduction to British Church History (3 credits)
- THE540 – Introduction to the Articles of Religion (3 credits)
- ANG542 – History of the Book of Common Prayer (3 credits)
- THE552 – Systematic Theology (3 credits)
- BIB561 – The Historical Book of the Old Testament (3 credits)
It is anticipated that those studying for this degree who do not transfer credit into the program will complete it in three years, part-time.