Religion (M.A.)

Overview

Trevecca's Graduate Religion Program is designed to provide exceptional academic quality, emphasizing practical applications of course work. The format makes the program accessible to those involved in the ongoing life and ministry of the local church. The Master of Arts in Religion is a 33 hour program with a choice of two areas of concentration.

The program is tied closely to the Church intentionally. The program works to support the church even as the church supports the University. The faculty is committed to a close relationship with Jesus Christ as well as to academic excellence. The program equips those who have answered the call to service in the Kingdom of God.

Two areas of study are available for students to choose from for their major. Core courses are listed under the Course Descriptions tab. Other applicable courses are listed below:

  • Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Seminar in Contemporary Theology: Christian Doctrine & the 21st Century Church
    • Seminar in Theology: The Theology of John Wesley & His Theological Forbearers
    • Seminar in New Testament Theology: The Gospel and the New Testament
    • Seminar in Old Testament Theology: The Old Testament and the Christian Church
    • Seminar in Theology: Church, Society, and Christian Ethics
    • Research Project
    • Thesis
  • Pastoral Arts
    • Leadership Skills & Conflict Management
    • Lifespan Development: The Foundation for Pastoral Care & Counseling
    • Preaching in the Postmodern World
    • The Congregation in Multicultural Context
    • Seminar in Practical Theology: Theology and Practice of Worship
Tuition Credits Program Length
$350/credit hour 33 18 months

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