The Master of Pastoral Theology offers graduate-level theological study that integrates theory, practice, and connects doctrine with contemporary professional application. The goal of the Master of Pastoral Theology program is to provide students with the foundational studies and practical training necessary for service in the wider Christian community and in ministerial settings.
Graduates of the MPT program may go on to pursue work as ministers in churches or other places of worship; as educators in K-12 schools, colleges and seminaries; as chaplains in hospitals, correctional facilities, ministries, military bases, and other institutions.
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The Master of Arts in Pastoral Leadership program enables learners to develop the skills that are the foundations of servant leadership and committed service. The MAPL program integrates theology, leadership, and stewardship skills into a comprehensive program of study.
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