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Masters Master of Theological Studies
St. Stephen's Collegeststephenscollege.ca
The Master of Theological Studies at St. Stephen’s College invites students to encounter diverse faith traditions and cultures in ways that enrich their person and deepen their social engagement. The core courses are oriented toward cross-cultural and inter-religious experiences, personal and intellectual formation, and development in community leadership. Dedicated study tracks allow students to specialize in ways that deepen their spiritual understanding and/or focus on one of several vocational fields. The MTS can be taken as either a 42-credit course-based degree or a 48-credit thesis-based honours degree.
Program Type Master's
Credential Type Degree
Length 2 Years
42 to 48 credits. Students taking a full course load can complete the MTS in three years. Many students take four or five years to complete the degree. Students must complete all requirements within seven years from the date on which they register in the program. Extensions beyond the seventh year are considered in exceptional circumstances
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning
- Baccalaureate Degree from an institution of higher education approved by a Canadian provincial authority, or the demonstrated educational equivalent. Grade average minimum must be 72%/B/3.0 during last 60 credits of course weight.
- Readiness to function in an integrative adult learning program in terms of both personal qualities and academic competencies.
- Willingness to engage in a program that is broadly ecumenical and multifaith; readiness to engage deeply in personal reflection; commitment to the practice of a spiritual life.
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Updated February 16, 2021. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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