Are you ready for the challenge?
Complete the form to learn more about earning a graduate degree in Ancient and Oriental Christianity.
Why Ancient and Oriental Christianity?
Primarily suited for students preparing to pursue doctoral study, this program will equip you with advanced academic foundations in historical research and integration, with an emphasis on the languages needed to conduct such research. You will sharpen your research and writing skills as you take part in intensive reading of primary historical and theological works. Students in this program may have special opportunities to participate in CSART projects.
This program can prepare you to engage the growing fascination with the theology and spirituality of eastern Christian communities, and equip you to function better as a class teacher in congregational contexts, or as a missionary and church planter in non-western contexts.
Master of Arts in Ancient and Oriental Christianity
These are the important details you will need to keep in mind as you prepare your application and degree plan.
Program length: 2 years
Credit hours: 48
2022/2023 tuition per credit hour: $760
History of Christianity I: Early and Medieval
Christian Mission in Global Contexts
Explorations in the Christian East
Graduate School of Theology
Fall: August 10
Summer & Spring: Please contact the Office of Graduate Programs (firstname.lastname@example.org or 325-674-2656)
What outcomes can you expect?
Graduates will have critical facility with the most important primary sources and issues of scholarly discussion in biblical studies, theology, or church history.
Graduates will have ability to use the best current methods of research in one of the following disciplines: biblical studies, theology, or church history.
Graduates will demonstrate ability to produce scholarly contributions in their field of study.