The last five centuries have seen fascinating and complex development of global Christianity. ACU’s Master of Arts track in modern and American Christianity is a research-oriented degree designed for anyone interested in deepening their understanding of historic expressions of Christianity, specifically from the 16th to the 21st Century.
You will have the opportunity to dive into research projects with guidance from experienced historians, and perhaps even present your findings at meetings of regional and national scholarly societies, as well as submit materials for publication
This program also is solid preparation for those interested in pursuing a Ph.D.
Download the program brochure for more information about the program format, degree plan, accreditation and distinctives that set ACU’s program apart. See also this information about Graduate School of Theology affordability and scholarships.
|Degree||Master of Arts Modern and American Christianity (M.A.)|
|Program length||2 years|
|Application deadline for Fall 2017||August 11, 2017|
You will take 27 hours of core courses and the following:
Research Sources: Graduates will have critical facility with the most important primary sources and issues of scholarly discussion in biblical studies, theology, or church history
Research Methods: Graduates will have ability to use the best current methods of research in one of the following disciplines: biblical studies, theology, or church history
Original Research: Graduates will demonstrate ability to produce scholarly contributions in their field of study
See full ACU graduate admissions requirements here.