Master of Arts (M.A.)

McGill School of Religious Studies

The purpose of the M.A. (thesis) degree is to encourage advanced study and research in one of the disciplines of religious studies for those who wish to become scholars or teachers, or will be engaged in some field of religious or public service. The M.A. without thesis is intended to ensure a student’s well rounded exposure to several religions …
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Master of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.)

McGill School of Religious Studies

Non-Thesis (45 credits) ATS Accreditation: The S.T.M. program is approved by the Association of Theological Schools in the U.S. and Canada. The normal requirement is 2 years (of 2 terms each) of full-time study. Students are permitted to take the S.T.M. over a period of 12 full months (three terms) but must first meet with …
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Master of Theological Studies (MTS)

Wycliffe College

Who’s It For? The Master of Theological Studies (MTS) equips you with biblical and theological knowledge for personal faith development, ministry, or vocational practices.  The MTS offers flexible study options and affordable tuition while giving you critical tools for study and practice.   Flexibility MTS students may study part-time or full-time, on campus or at a distance. …
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Master of Theological Studies in Development (MTSD)

Wycliffe College

Theology and community development, collaborating for the peace of the city.   Help People Make a Difference: Explore urban challenges: faith, justice, inequality, poverty, community economics, food security and sustainable community well-being. Build relationships with experts, academics, NGOs and agencies. Find your vocation for community transformation. Who It’s For? The MTSD is for development practitioners, …
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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

McGill School of Religious Studies

Bachelor of Arts programs in the School of Religious Studies explore the many cultural, historical and political issues related to both Eastern and Western religions, and to religion in comparative perspective. Majors and minors in Religious Studies are available, as well as honours and joint honours programs in Religious Studies. Students frequently combine Majors and Minors …
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