The School of Theology is committed to the task of integrating the various areas of theological study within a basic core curriculum.

The master of divinity program is designed to educate a critically informed clergy for ministry in a changing world while grounded in the Anglican tradition. The School of Theology is committed to the task of integrating the various areas of theological study within a basic core curriculum.

Electives allow students to focus their attention and advance their learning in selected areas of academic and practical interest. Lectures, seminars, and small group discussions all contribute to the ongoing task of critical and practical integration of the traditions of theological learning with life in the contemporary world.

This outline represents the minimum program requirement. Many of our students take additional electives and coursework beyond the minimum requirements. 

M.Div. Curriculum 

Junior Year
Advent Semester
Easter Semester
Old Testament I: From Prehistory to the Promised Land Old Testament II: Prophets, Exile, and Aftermath
New Testament I: The Gospels in Context New Testament II: The Gospel after Jesus
Church Histories I: Asia & Africa Church Histories II: Europe & North America
Foundations of Christian Spirituality Introduction to Preaching
Middler Year
Advent Semester
Easter Semester
Systematic Theology I Systematic Theology II
Pastoral Theology: Theory & Practice of Pastoral Care Introduction to Moral Theology
Congregational Studies History of Christian Worship
Church Music Parish Leadership
Senior Year
Advent Semester
Easter Semester
Pastoral Liturgics World Christianities & Missiology
Christian Education Electives
Community & Organizational Leadership  
World Religions  
Elective  

Life Outside The Classroom