Master of Arts in Religious Studies (AMRS)
The AMRS is designed for those practicing other professions (e.g. law, medicine, business, education, journalism, the arts), or those looking to develop a broad basis of understanding in religious studies. Students may enroll either full or part time.
Master of Arts (MA)
The MA is a two-year program that enables students to explore the history, theology, beliefs, and languages of world religions though a variety of scholarly approaches. It is designed for students who wish acquire the skills to develop a research agenda for doctoral study.
Master of Divinity (MDiv)
The MDiv is a three-year cohort-based program designed for students interested in careers in public religious leadership, whether in traditional ministerial professions or in new and emerging forms of leadership. Students participate in field education in all three years of the program.
Doctoral Program (PhD)
The PhD is a rigorous course of advanced study and research that prepares students for a lifetime of field-defining scholarship, intellectual leadership, and teaching. Students concentrate work in a specific area in the study of religion and achieve a high level of expertise.