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Graduate Programs in Theological Studies

Believe, Reflect, Interpret, Understand

The Master of Theological Studies (MTS) program began fall 2012. We offer a rigorous and integrated approach to theological study, emphasizing the breadth of the Christian tradition and a variety of theological specialties including biblical studies, historical and systematic theology, ethics, and comparative theology. Loyola's theology faculty is internationally recognized for its scholarly excellence and includes both Catholic and non-Catholic Christians. Together we nurture a collegial atmosphere which is the foundation for a community in which rigorous and lively debate and intellectual generosity flourish.

The post-baccalaureate Certificate in Theology and Ministry is new for the 2014-2015 academic year. It is designed for people who wish to further their academic theological education for the sake of a ministerial vocation, such as ordained ministry or chaplaincy.

Visit the theology website to learn more about the programs.

Meet The Program

If you are interested in setting up a time for a one-on-one information meeting with the program, or for a time to come to campus, please email Dan McClain (dwmcclain@loyola.edu). We look forward to hearing from you.

Faculty Areas of Expertise

Frederick C. Bauerschmidt • Medieval Theology
James J. Buckley • Systematics
Angela Russell Christman • Patristics
Rev. John J. Conley, S.J. • Philosophical Theology
Stephen E. Fowl • New Testament
Claire R. Mathews Mcginnis • Old Testament
R. Trent Pomplun • Comparative Theology
Rev. Joseph S. Rossi, S.J. • Church History
Arthur M. Sutherland • Systematics
David Decosimo • Comparative Ethics
John Kiess • Moral Theology
Rev. Luis A. Tampe, S.J. • Ecclesiology

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Graduating Greyhounds: Two M.T.S. students reflect on their Loyola experiences
Justin Hagerman and David Russell, first two full-time students of Loyola's M.T.S. program

Justin Hagerman and David Russell, the first two full-time students of Loyola's M.T.S. program, anticipate Commencement and their next chapters