Doctor of Theology Degree (ThD)
Candidates will specialize in one of the fields of theological scholarship, such as: Hebrew Bible/Old Testament; New Testament and Early Christian Studies; History of Christianity; Systematic Theology; Ethics; Church Growth and Mission Studies.
Study for the degree of doctor of theology extends through three stages:
Coursework, Knowledge Area Modules (KAM), and dissertation.
Candidates for this degree must fulfill the following:
6 credit hours of Course work
6 credit hours of Seminar: Theology: Oral and written presentation
24 credit hours of dissertation
The applicant must have earned a master’s degree in Divinity, Theology, or Biblical Studies.
|1||THD890 – Introduction to Theological Research
This course will provide students with the tools for doctoral level research and opportunities for reflection on becoming scholar-pastor. Students are introduced to the conduct and reporting of scholarly theological research.
|2||6 credit hours of Seminar: Theology: Oral and written presentation||6|
|3||24 credit hours of dissertation||24|