Tailor your Master of Arts in Practical Theology with a concentration in Interdisciplinary Studies from Regent University. You can gain a broad foundation of knowledge across several areas such as history, hermeneutics, the Old or New Testaments, according to your interests. Electives are chosen from across the School of Divinity, to meet your learning, ministry and professional goals.
Regent’s MA in Practical Theology with Interdisciplinary Studies requires a two-step capstone project. This culmination of your learning is demonstrated through an internship and vocational integration which completes a spiritual formation portfolio.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is required of all master’s applicants
- Official transcripts
- A minimum GPA of 2.75
- High intellectual achievement and scholarship as evidenced by college transcripts and the applicant's writing sample
- Spiritual maturity and integrity of character
- Personal goals consistent with the mission of Regent University
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