Master of Arts in Theology
The Master of Arts has two fields of study:
The requirements for admission include a Bachelor's degree (normally with a minimum grade point average of B) from a recognized accredited university or university college. Graduates of Waterloo Lutheran Seminary who hold the Master of Divinity may apply for admission to the Master of Arts with advanced standing.
The program has two fields: Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy (SCP) and Christian Studies (CS). Both fields provide students with extensive skills in research. Further to this, the SCP field prepares students for careers in psychotherapy, while the CS field allows students to explore areas of interest in preparation for either further graduate studies or leadership within faith based organization.
The MA degree program normally involves two years of full-time studies or its equivalent in part-time studies. Each student is required to complete satisfactorily16 half-credit courses or their equivalent.
Students selecting the field of Christian Studies are required to complete the following:
Students selecting the field of Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy are required to complete the following:
Students in the field of Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy may pursue counselling accreditation with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Such persons would select specified MA courses. Final acceptability of any course work towards the AAMFT membership requirements rests solely with the AAMFT Membership Committee. This program provides academic preparation but not professional certification.