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The School of Divinity Launches Its First Completely Online Master's Degree Program
Effective in the Fall of 2013, the Regent University School of Divinity is offering a comprehensive online degree program—the Master of Theological Studies (MTS), which is fully accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). This degree can be earned entirely online, on-campus or through a combination of both.
This academic Master's degree equips students with a deeper understanding of biblical studies and theological disciplines as a foundation for vocations that require graduate-level academic preparation. It prepares graduates for participation in theological research, writing and teaching by offering a general foundation in theological studies and opportunity for specializing in one of four concentrations. It is ideal for students interested in academic and research pursuits leading to doctoral work as well as for those planning to teach the Bible in church and parachurch contexts.
The MTS offers four academic concentrations:
- Biblical Studies
- Christian Theology
- History of Christianity
- Interdisciplinary Studies
Approved by ATS to offer a comprehensive distance education degree program, the School of Divinity employs an innovative approach to earning a fully-accredited master's degree without relocation or residency requirements. Our online courses are based on a sophisticated curriculum that leverages broadly available online technologies to deliver a premium, high-quality educational experience. Blackboard™ is the online platform utilized by the School of Divinity. It provides a unique, online learning community that is both powerful and user-friendly. Blackboard™ incorporates articles, presentations, streaming audio and video and at the same time, facilitates student interaction with professors and classmates through a discussion board that functions as a virtual classroom.
Click here to further explore these programs on the School of Divinity website or, for more information, contact the School of Divinity at (757) 352-4016 or firstname.lastname@example.org.