Master of Arts Program

The MA program provides students the opportunity to research in areas such as; Old Testament, New Testament, Theology, History, and Philosophy of Religion. We also welcome applications from students who would like to pursue research in other areas related to Christianity. Our Faculty research areas and interests can be found on the Faculty page. Each student will complete six courses (18 credits), one of which will be Methodology, and a Thesis (12 credits) for a total of 30 credits needed to complete the program.

Our program focuses on Biblical and Christian Studies yet students in our program come from multiple religious and non-religious backgrounds and we welcome this diversity.

Our Advisory Committee is comprised of the following members: Dr. Irving Hexham (University of Calgary), Dr. Tom Robinson (University of Lethbridge), Dr. Matthew Hoven (St. Joseph's, University of Alberta), Dr. Stéphane Saulnier (Newman Theological College, Edmonton), Dr. Doug Harink (King's University College, Edmonton), and Dr. Joachim Ostermann (Franciscan Friar, Edmonton).

The program is accredited by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) and the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS).

 

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