BA+MA in 5 Years
The Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary graduate school offers advanced standing to undergraduate students who are earning a minimum of a 3.2 grade point average in theological coursework at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University. Students in the 5-‐year dual-‐degree program start working at a graduate level while finishing their undergraduate degree.
A student in the dual‐degree program does not have to be a theology major; other majors are acceptable to the program. A theology major or minor, however, helps to provide the student with enough of a foundation to succeed in a master's degree program in theology. The master's degree of this program is exclusively a Master of Arts in Theology.
Within the Master of Arts in Theology program, a student chooses from the following concentrations:
- Church History
- Systematic Theology
- Monastic Studies
Below is an example of how the B.A. + M.A. credits could be distributed to fit within 5 years. There are other possibilities. Each student's plan will be different depending on his or her areas of interest and undergraduate major.
For more information and advisement please contact:
Mary Beth Banken
Director of Admission and Financial Aid
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (320) 363-‐2896
Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary, Luke Hall 218
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