The Department of Theology & Religious Studies offers graduate courses in scripture, historical theology, systematic theology, religious ethics, world religions, and spirituality, leading to the degree Master of Arts. The department also offers a post-master’s certificate program in general religious studies. The master’s program meets the educational requirements of those interested in religious education, ministry, other professional careers in religion, and continued academic study.

John Carroll University offers a 1/3 tuition scholarship for students enrolled in the Theology and Religious Studies Master of Arts program.

Deadline for 2013-2014 Graduate Assistantship applications is March 1, 2013. 
For more information about the Master’s program or to apply online, please visit the Graduate Studies site.

The department also offers a five-year integrated B.A./M.A. program in Religious Studies.

 

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 Organizations that fund theological research:

Wabash Center 
Insights Into Religion 
Fellows in Theology
Arthur Vining Davis Foundation