Master of Arts in Theological Studies
Theology impacts everything, whether it be our understanding of history, our relationships with religious institutions, or our ethical decision making. Everyone is a theologian because everyone has thoughts or opinions about God. Unfortunately, these notions are not always logical, scripturally accurate, or integrated with one’s broader philosophy of life.
Williamson College’s Master of Arts in Theological Studies is open to anyone desiring to develop the skills, techniques, and concepts for studying, practicing, and leading theological discourse. This degree program will equip students to build a firm Biblical foundation and connect theological truths with their impact on daily living. We invite you to journey with us and embark on the great endeavor of studying God, faith, and practice.
- Articulate the fundamental aspects of Christian Theology
- Use the historic growth of the church to identify future trends in order to keep scripture as the constant in an ever-changing culture
- Demonstrate an ability to think, research, synthesize, integrate, and apply key theological principles and concepts to ethics and leadership
- Articulate the major differences and commonalities between the historical Christian theological system and other major theological systems
- Develop a robust and coherent theological apologetic for the student’s personal faith
CT 501 — Bible Theology
OL 501 — Biblical Principles for Global Leadership
CT 510 — Systematic Theology: Resurrection, Revelation, and the Reality of God
CT 515 — Philosophical Theology
OL 530 — Organizational Culture
OL 540 — Leading Through Change in a Corporate Context
CT 520 — Systematic Theology: Salvation and Man's Atonement
CT 530 — Systematic Theology: Holy Spirit, The Church, and Future Events
CT 540 — Moral Theology
CT 550 — Great Theologians
CT 560 — Comparative Theology
CT 570 — Practical Theology: Pastoral Care, Spiritual Formation, & Theological Education
CT 590 — Theological Studies in an International Context
CT 599 — Capstone Project
Financial assistance for the M.A. in Theological Studies is available through federal student loans and private/alternative loans. Click here for information about Direct Loans. Click here for information about private/alternative loans.