Master of Arts in Theological and Pastoral Studies Program
Fall and spring courses are offered in the late afternoons and evenings, following the regular academic calendar. Courses offered during the summer are structured in an intensive format designed to meet the needs of working adults. At least once a semester, students meet with an advisor and evaluate the goals they set at the time of their assessment in the areas of academic course work, pastoral skill development and spiritual growth. Students will complete 36 credit hours to earn their Master of Arts in Theological and Pastoral Counseling.