The Master of Arts (Religious Education) is an interdisciplinary academic program that prepares individuals for leadership roles as scholars and specialists in discipleship in settings where religious, moral and spiritual nurture and growth are primary concerns. The curriculum is designed with core courses, electives and a selected area of emphasis.
The MA (Religious Education) degree prepares scholars for leadership roles and service in settings where religious, moral, and spiritual nurture and growth are primary concerns. Areas of emphasis
in Religious Education include campus spiritual leadership, children’s ministry, Christian formation and discipleship, family life education, theological curriculum and instruction, and other options customized by the student in consultation with an advisor. The programs offer interdisciplinary academic degrees with considerable flexibility to meet your individual interests.
Learn more about the Admission Requirements for the MA (Religious Education).