There are two types of Master of Arts (Theology) degrees offered at CTU – the general academic MA and the research MA. The general academic MA provides the theological background for those who wish to teach at the secondary or college level, or to develop greater academic expertise in theological studies. The research MA provides this same theological background and also serves as preparation for those who wish to pursue further studies in a doctoral program. It is possible to pursue both the MDiv and MA programs concurrently at CTU.
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