The Quick Facts
Admission Requirements & Application
General Degree or MTS with Areas of Concentration
Degree Synopsis/Course Requirements
What Might the First-Year Course Look Like?
Print Copy of MTS Degree
Comparison Chart of Theology Degrees
Statement of Educational Effectiveness
Faculty of Theology Prospective Student Conference, Wednesday, March 20, 2113. Details/registration here.
You may apply if you hold a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) fr om a recognised university. A limited number of competitive, discretionary admissions may be available for those without a bachelor's degree (contact the Faculty for details).
Click here for applications.
The MTS is available as a general degree, or you may choose to complete it with an area of concentration in:
You may also chose to complete your program with a thesis as a summary research exercise, intended primarily to prepare you for admission to advanced degree programs.
NOTE: If you began the MTS prior to September 2010, consult this page to see revisions to your MTS degree.
The degree is two years of full-time studies (20 half courses), but is often completed part time.
Choose either the General MTS Degree or the MTS with Concentration. In the MTS with Concentration, courses in the particular concentration replace some of the general electives.
Biblical Studies 5110a/b, 5112a/b, and 5116a/b
One further half-course from Area I, Biblical Studies, including Greek, or Hebrew
(what courses are in Area I? here)
Systematic Theology 5103a and Theological Ethics 5203a/b
One further half-course from Area II, Theological Studies
(what courses are in Area II? here)
Two half-courses from Area III, Historical Studies
(what courses are in Area III? here)
Pastoral Theology 5213a/b
(what courses are in Area IV? here)
One half-course from Area V, Contextual and Formational Studies
(what courses are in Area V? here)
Two half-courses from Area VI, Comparative & Contextual Studies
(what courses are in Area VI? here)
7 elective half-courses from any of the 6 areas above.
Complete General Degree as above, but replace "General Program Electives,"
with one of the concentrations below. (20 half-courses total)
Homiletics 5204a/b, Liturgics 5204a/b, Field Education 5310a, Field Education 5110a, and Field Education 5211a
1 further half-course from Area IV, Public Leadership & Ministry Studies or Area V, Contextual and Formational Studies
1 elective from any Area
The following is a sample first-year course registration. Keep in mind the degree requirements above. Full-time students, intending to graduate in two years should take five courses each term for two years. Check course prerequisites. You want to complete in first year courses which are prerequisites for second-year courses.
Biblical Studies 5110a
Systematic Theology 5103a
Elective or Course from Area III, such as Church History 5104a
Elective or Course from Area V, such as Field Education
Elective or Course from Area VI
Biblical Studies 5112b
Biblical Studies 5116b
Theological Ethics 5203b
Elective or Course from Area III, such as Church History 5106b
Elective or Course from Area II, III, or VI
For more details about the MTS program, its courses, requirements, and regulations, Concentration Streams, and Thesis Option, please ask for a copy of the Theology Calendar or download it [Under Construction] or feel free to [contact us with your questions. For a copy of the MTS map, course requirements and descriptions, click here.
WANT TO TAKE COURSES WITHOUT THE DEGREE?
Apply as a "Special Student"
or as "Letter of Permission Student," info here.
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