The three-year MDiv program is designed to prepare students for the diverse ministries of congregational leadership, mission work at home and abroad, and other forms of church vocation.
A flexible two-year academic degree designed to equip graduates for a doctoral level program, teaching positions, or for various forms of specialized ministry. Students will specialize in one of the disciplines of theological scholarship.
The Master of Arts in Theology and Ecology forms leaders for service by immersing participants in a community of embodied theological reflection, rooted in Princeton Theological Seminary’s Farminary, and by attending to the intimate connections among land, space, soil, place, and neighbor.
The Master of Arts in Theology (Justice and Public Life) is a two-year part-time, hybrid graduate program designed for working professionals who wish to lead social change toward justice.
The two-year Master of Arts in Christian Education and Formation program includes basic studies in Bible, theology, church history, and practical theology.
The four-year Master of Divinity/Master of Arts in Christian Education and Formation dual-degree program is designed for students who at the time of application know they wish to emphasize teaching, youth and young adult ministries, or spiritual formation and mission in their program.
The program of studies for the degree of Master of Theology is designed for students who wish to improve or deepen their preparation for ministry beyond the level reached by their MDiv degree, or who desire to acquire a preparation for specialized ministries of the church.
“One of the biggest lessons I learned was how to be charitable to views other than my own. Christian charity was shown to me, not just in the readings for class, but from the professors, and the Seminary community.”