The Master of Religious Education degree at Loyola University prepares students for religious education through a broad, in-depth exploration of the field. This program is for those who feel fully involved in the field as people, giving meaning to educational tasks while maintaining strong foundations in both theological knowledge and Christianity. The curriculum prepares lay ministers for a variety of religious education contexts that promote a sense of identity, reverence, and responsibility for life and the sacred. It emphasizes the practical implications of Christianity’s biblical and theological heritage while providing multi-disciplinary perspectives and methodologies to enrich student learning. You will take courses in areas including grace, Christ, Spirit, the Church, sacraments, liturgy, spirituality, morality, and ethics along with courses that focus on religious education.
- Official transcripts
- Two references
- Work experience
- Statement of purpose
- TOEFL or IELTS score report (international students)
School Accreditation Statement
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges