Degree Outcomes Master of Theological Studies
Students graduating with the Master of Theological Studies will:
- Demonstrate knowledge of the history and contemporary context of the Christian theological tradition, including its global context, ecumenical character, and the multicultural realities.
- Exercise a critical, historically-rooted approach to theology that includes reading primary texts in their historical context, assessing them critically, and identifying the social, cultural, and personal lens through which they interpret the tradition.
- Articulate ways in which theological study serves the ongoing life of the Church.
- Incorporate the Benedictine charisms of biblical, liturgical, and communal life into their vocational identity and practice.