The Master of Arts in New Testament is designed to equip you with an advanced academic foundation in New Testament studies.
You will gain proficiency in appropriate exegetical tools and languages, as well as a broad understanding of textual and theological issues. You will improve in your ability to interpret a variety of New Testament texts, understanding them within their larger cultural and theological contexts. This program will prepare you well for further study in a Ph.D. program or to pursue a career in teaching or ministry.
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|Degree||Master of Arts in New Testament (MA)|
|Program length||2-3 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.