Theological Studies, M.A.

 

The Master of Arts Theological Studies is our most flexible program. The program is designed to help you grow as a student and scholar of history, Scripture, and theology on behalf of the church, and as a gracious participant in a worldwide, multiethnic, multigenerational Christian community.

PREPARE FOR A PHD

graduates have gone on to Regent University, McMaster University, & University of Toronto

What will I learn?

In Northeastern Seminary’s Theological Studies program, you will develop your skills as a theological scholar and become a faithful interpreter and communicator of God’s word in the context of God’s world through innovative online and classroom experiences. The program design allows you to specialize your degree with a focused elective competency, or you may create your own academic focus by selecting courses from multiple concentrations, all of which are Biblically-based, expertly taught, and holistically supported.

  • Specialize your degree with an elective competency in Biblical Studies, Christian Spirituality, Historical Theology, Denominational Studies, or a research area of your choosing.
  • Gain contextual experience in a ministry that fits your vocational goals.
  • Complete an advanced study in theological research and scholarship.

The Great Conversation

At the center of your Northeastern experience is a great, ongoing conversation. Listen to the voices from throughout time and around the world as you consider what it looks like to live as a Gracious Christian, fulfilling your purpose in God’s ongoing work of restoring wholeness to the world.

Explore the Curriculum

Upcoming Class Starts

  • Monday, August 24, 2020 | Fall Session
  • Monday, January 18, 2021 | Spring Session 
  • Monday, May 24, 2021 | Summer Session
Ready to Learn More?

Seminary class size

Class Size

Under 25 Students

Meet a Faculty Member

J. Richard Middleton, Ph.D.

J. Richard Middleton, Ph.D.
Professor of Biblical Worldview and Exegesis

Dr. J. Richard Middleton is widely published in religious periodicals and journals, has authored four books, and is a renowned expert in Old Testament theology, the Christian worldview, the books of Genesis and Samuel, the doctrine of Creation, and Christianity and postmodern culture. Read more...

Alumni Success

Traci Birge

Traci Birge '08
Ph.D. at McMaster Divinity College

Torrance Jones

Torrance Jones '15
Ed.D. at St. John Fisher College

Matthew Davis

Matthew Davis '16
Ph.D. at McMaster Divinity College

Jae Newman

Jae Newman '15
Poet and Adjunct Professor, Roberts Wesleyan College

Yulanda McKinney

Yulanda McKinney '04
Professor, Monroe Community College

Lou Perez

Lou Perez '18
Founding Pastor, Destiny Christian Church

Janice Lum

Janice Lum '04
Pastor, Calvary Community Church of the Nazarene

 

Jay-Trainer

Jay Trainer '04
Founder and Speaker, Infuzion

Kyle Sullivan

Kyle Sullivan '17
Residence Life Area Coordinator, Roberts Wesleyan College

“At Northeastern Seminary, I developed my ability to think critically about theology from Genesis to Revelation, to the early church, to the Reformation, but also for a life of ministry today. It gives you the chance to think about theology from a broad perspective.” ~Torrance Jones, Theological Studies, M.A. ’15

What Theological Studies Graduates Say

 

 


 

 

Between ancient teachings and modern questions, you find answers.

Class Space is Limited

So don't delay in completing your free online application to Northeastern Seminary.

Tools for Success

You will find support to achieve your vocational and academic goals throughout your Seminary journey.

Seminary Learning Center

Learning Center

writing assistance, disability services, individualized academic support

Seminary I.T. Helpdesk

I.T. Helpdesk

available 24 hrs/day

Seminary Advising

Academic Advising

course schedule planning for graduation, vocational placement and mentoring

Seminary Library

Golisano Library

research and classroom resources

 

Have questions?

Contact Seminary Admissions

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Contact 585.594.6802 or admissions@nes.edu to connect with an admissions representative.