Theology & Religious Studies Course Descriptions
Theology Current Timetables and Course Outlines
Theology Faculty & Staff
Non-Degree & Continuing Education
Statement of Educational Effectiveness
The seminary and theology school at Huron is proud to welcome you into our midst. Whether you are seeking a Bachelor's degree or courses, personal development, ministry skills for ordination, or an opportunity to engage in critical study and research, the faculty and staff will accommodate your need. Our programs are continually monitored, evaluated and improved so that we can offer you the very best in education and formation.
Students at Huron begin their studies with a wide variety of experiences. What all members of the community have in common is the desire to know God more deeply, to serve others, to grow intellectually and mature spiritually. You would be welcomed into our community of prayer and study with the hope that, in a very short time, you might call us home.
The M.Div., MTS and MA degrees are accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States & Canada. The Commission contact information is:
The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada
10 Summit Park Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15275, USA
Telephone: 412-788-6505; Fax: 412-788-6510; Website: www.ats.edu.
We are also recognized by the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada for the training of ordinands.
In a changing church and world, completing a degree program at the Faculty of Theology is no guarantee of employment. However, it is clear that, over the past several years, we have a strong track record of employment in areas covered by our degrees: the majority (76%) of graduates of our M.Div. degree program have found full- or part-time employment in parish ministry after graduation; graduates from our M.T.S. program have been accepted into graduate programs (30%) and have found employment in a variety of fields related to religious leadership (11%); graduates of our M.A. in theology program have been accepted into doctoral programs in theology or other graduate programs, are using their M.A. to teach at the secondary and post-secondary level, or are pursuing other careers that benefit from the research skills and knowledge gained as a result of completing the degree program.
Average time to graduation: 3.8 years
Average at graduation (2008-2012): 82.1%
Ratio of admissions/applications (2007-2011) 76.7%
Ratio of registrations/applications (2007-2011) 67.1%
Post-graduation occupation of graduates (2008-2012): ordained ministry: 76%; 4% further studies; 20% other
Average time to graduation: 4.6 years
Average at graduation (2008-2012): 81.7%
Ratio of admissions/applications (2007-2011) 81.6%
Ratio of registrations/applications (2007-2011) 68.4%
Post-graduation occupation of graduates (2008-2012): Further studies, 30%; Teaching: 10%; 1% counselling; 50% other/retired
Average time to graduation (2006-2012): 2.56 years (f-t); 3.0 years (p-t)
Average at admission (2006-2012): 80.66%
Average at graduation (2006-2012): 82.8%
Ratio of admissions to applications (2006-12): 80%
Post-graduation occupation of graduates: Further studies, 39%; teaching, 22%, clergy, 11%, counselling, 6%; other, 22%
Huron University College
1349 Western Road
London, Ontario N6G 1H3
For General Inquiries for the Faculty of Theology, please contact:
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