Dr. Brandon Withrow, Director
The Master of Arts (Theological Studies) program is a flexible academic degree for students interested in integrating faith with learning and seeking to prepare themselves for doctoral level study. Designed to educate students on the theological disciplines of the Bible, theology, church history, and spirituality, the M.A.(T.S.) degree is a 60-hour program that can be completed in two years of full-time study, or in three or more years of part-time study.
Through coursework students will outline and implement their own spiritual growth plan and learn to relate theological study to the life of the church. They will examine the world's perception of the Christian life based on biblical, theological, historical, and contemporary culture events. Students will explore Christian and church history and learn how the early Church has influenced and shaped the Church of today.
There are four concentrations offered for this program: Biblical Studies, Theological Studies, History of Christianity, and Christian Spirituality.