Full-time and part-time students in these academic programs form a diverse learning community, enriching the educational experience by their varying perspectives and backgrounds.
Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary offers six degree programs:
- Master of Arts in Theology (concentrations)
- Master of Arts in Liturgical Studies
- Master of Divinity
- Master of Arts in Liturgical Music
- Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry
- Master of Theology
Nondegree Graduate Study: Up to nine credits of nondegree graduate coursework can be applied to a degree program.
Students may also participate in special programs which include:
Graduate Studies Cohort Options
- Religious Communities Cohort
- Youth in Theology and Ministry Cohort
Additional Academic Information
"Coming to Saint John's brought me into contact with the Benedictine way of life, the truly Christian and civilized one. Through teaching, the Saint John's community stays permanently in contact with the changing world, and the young people, who, by reason of the quality of the education they get, are going to play a part making it a better place to live."