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Graduate School of Education – Academic Degrees

Master of Arts (M.A.) Christian Education
This degree program consists of 14 courses of study. The first 6 courses require studies in theology, apologetics, and church history. The final 8 courses consist of an emphasis in Christian Education. A Bachelor’s degree is prerequisite for entrance for this degree program; it requires the major to be in the field of teaching.

Master of Arts (M.A.) Classical Christian Education
This degree program consists of 16 courses of study. The first 6 courses require studies in theology, apologetics, and church history. The final 10 courses consist of an emphasis in Classical Christian Education. A Bachelor’s degree is prerequisite for entrance for this degree program; it requires the major to be in the field of teaching.

Master of Arts (M.A.) Advanced Classical Christian Education
This degree program consists of 16 courses of study. The first 6 courses require studies in theology, apologetics, and church history. The final 10 courses consist of an emphasis in Advanced Classical Christian Education. A Bachelor’s degree is prerequisite for entrance for this degree program; it requires the major to be in the field of Classical Christian Education.

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Christian School Administration
Students who have a Master’s Degree* in Christian Education may be approved to take the Doctor of Philosophy Degree program in Christian School Administration. This program requires the completion of: six core doctoral courses in theology; six major core courses in Christian Education; and the completion of a dissertation. The dissertation must consist of a minimum of 75,000 words and a maximum of 100,000 words in length.

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Classical Studies
Students who have a Master’s Degree* in Advanced or Classical Christian Education may be approved to take the Doctor of Philosophy Degree program in Classical Studies. This program requires the completion of: six core doctoral courses in theology; eight major courses in Classical education; and the completion of a dissertation. The dissertation must consist of a minimum of 75,000 words and a maximum of 100,000 words in length.

* must meet the same requirements as the M.A. in Christian Education.

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