Prepare for ministry as you gain an in-depth look at the formation of the Christian church with the Master of Arts in Religion (M.A.R.): Church History degree.
The Master of Arts in Religion (M.A.R.) provides foundational instruction in discipleship ministry, sermon preparation, and practical ministry skills. And, with the Church History cognate, you’ll also increase your understanding of church history from the Reformation to the modern world.
Appropriate as an entry level and general professional degree in religion, this program offers intensive study in the Scriptures and the essential truths of the Christian message. The Church History (M.A.R.) degree benefits pastors and ministry leaders who seek a firm scriptural foundation for service in Christian ministry. It also lays the groundwork for potential advanced studies in a program like the 75-hour Master of Divinity.
Explore Scripture and the essential truths of Christianity with this degree, and graduate ready to continue your education or enter the ministry.
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60 total credit hours
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