On Campus & 100% Online
Earn your Master of Arts in Theology online or in-person from a Cardinal Newman Society Recommended College. Advance your career and strengthen your understanding of the Catholic faith through our faithful, flexible MA in Theology.
- Faithful to the Magisterium
- Rooted in Tradition
- Flexible Learning
- Exceptionally Affordable Tuition
Master of Arts in Theology Overview
The Master of Arts in Theology (MA Theology) prepares men and women for work in ministry or subsequent Post Master’s Certificate, licentiate, or doctoral work. Delve into the riches of Divine Revelation and Tradition. The MA Theology program engages students through the pursuit of truth, prayer and wisdom.
At the conclusion of the program, students will be required to complete a Summative Evaluation that may be in the form of either an MA Thesis or Comprehensive Exams.
What concentrations are available?
Holy Apostles College and Seminary offers the following areas of concentration for the Masters of Art in Theology. This allows for each student to select an area of study that best fits their goals and passion. All concentrations are offered 100% Online.
- Bioethics with NCBC Certificate
- Bioethics without NCBC Certificate
- Church History
- Dogmatic Theology
- General Studies
- Moral Theology
- Sacred Scripture
- Thomistic Studies
- $375 per credit hour
- 100% Online
Fall Start Date:
August 30, 2021
Who Is This Program For?
- Those working in ministry
- Catholic Professionals
- Those pursuing doctoral work
- Personal Formation
- Theology Teacher
- Youth Minister
- Director of Religious Education
- College Professor
How long does it take to complete an MA in Theology?
The M.A. degree program may be completed in as quickly as 2 years. However, there is a 6-year time limit from entry into the program for completion of the degree requirements. Please see the Academic Catalog for additional information.
How do I apply?
Applicants for the M.A. program should follow the Graduate Admissions procedures.
Is Holy Apostles College & Seminary accredited?
Holy Apostles College and Seminary is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), the Connecticut Office of Higher Education (CTOHE), and the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). For more accreditation information visit here.
Are the Faculty members faithful to the Magisterium?
All members of the faculty must be approved by the bishop in order to ensure fidelity to the magisterium.
Who is the Program Director?
Is this an Online Program?
Yes, our 100% online courses make the M.A. degree program flexible for working and busy individuals. The MA in Theology degree may be completed completely online or on campus.