The Loyola University Maryland Master of Theological Studies is a rigorous, 48 credit, graduate-level program designed to give students both a broad exposure to the Christian tradition and a variety of theological specialties and to allow students to explore a topic in depth through the preparation of a thesis. The program is excellent preparation for doctoral-level work in the field of theology, or it can lead into further work in fields such as library science, social work, law, or publishing. Regardless of the path, Loyola Master of Theological Studies students graduate well-read, well-rounded, and ready for what’s next.
- Credits: 48
- Format: Full or part time
- Cost Per Credit: 840
- Location: Baltimore
Full-time students may complete the program in as little as two years. Part-time students typically complete the program in three to four years but may take up to six years to complete the program. Below is the typical course sequence for a student enrolled full-time.
Faculty and Learning Environment
Students learn from internationally recognized, tenured faculty known for their scholarly work and publications. The department includes Catholic and non-Catholic faculty who together nurture a collegial atmosphere and student success. Graduate-level students in the Master of Theological Studies and the Certificate in Theology and Ministry also experience a 2:1 student to faculty ratio, which provides a collaborative atmosphere.
Admission and How to Apply
For questions or inquiries regarding the program please request information below, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 410-617-5020. Students interested in applying to this program are encouraged to begin the application early to ensure all materials and transcripts are received on time. More information about admission requirements may be on the admission page.
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