Are you eager to serve the church and the world through parish ministry, chaplaincy, or mission
work? Are you considering further graduate study in the field of religion? The Master of Divinity
(M.Div.) degree prepares our graduates for multiple kinds of ministry by providing a solid foundation in biblical, historical, theological, cultural, and pastoral studies.
|CTS is launching a reinvented Master of Divinity for fall semester 2015. More information about it will be available here soon. If you are a prospective student and would like to know more now, please contact Brenda Freije, Director of Networking and Recruitment, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Office of Student Services at 800-585-0117.
At the heart of the M.Div. curriculum is our faculty. They are passionate about teaching. You will find spiritually engaged instructors who bring concrete faith issues into the classroom, along with creative learning strategies that engage and challenge. They are committed to helping each student achieve his or her personal best and are readily available outside the classroom. They hold this same standard of excellence for themselves: their scholarship is recognized across the nation and around the world.
Unique to CTS is the intentional diversity of the classroom experience. Students, faculty and staff represent a wide variety of denominations, races, cultures, ethnicities, and theological perspectives. We believe that the interaction created by such diversity enriches every area of instruction, providing a deepened understanding of people and ministry—the best preparation possible for serving today’s church and world.
• All students receive two years of field education experience. The second year is not simply a repeat of the first year, but engages an advanced course of study.
• Students may use their second year of field education to participate in Clinical Pastoral Education. We assist students in applying for CPE and are conveniently located near two major CPE sites: St. Vincent Hospitals and Indiana University Health Hospitals.
• During the course of their education, all students participate in a cross-cultural experience. This may be done through coursework, through participation in a local community agency or institution, or through international or national travel. In addition, CTS offers a variety of cross-cultural events, such as the annual Jewish-Christian Dialogue, which students are encouraged to attend.
• Students may elect to study for one semester at the United Theological College West Indies (Jamaica). CTS also welcomes students from around the globe.
• An intentional, campus-wide anti-racism/pro-reconciliation program engages faculty, students and staff in fostering a culture of respect and understanding designed to be taken beyond seminary walls.
• Students can take advantage of our extensive counseling program and center, either by taking additional classes, applying for a joint M.Div./counseling degree, or availing themselves of low cost counseling services.
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