We offer jointly with the Department of Public Administration a combined MA in Theology and Certificate in Nonprofit Management program.
Applicants are evaluated and accepted by the Graduate Program in Theology for its Master’s program and the Department of Public Administration for its Certificate program. That is, both programs evaluate applications according to their admissions criteria and collaborate in admitting you to the combined degree and certificate program.
The same admission standards that apply for the MA in Theology program and the Nonprofit Management Certificate program apply for students seeking admission to the combined program. Be sure to address your reasons for seeking admission to the combined program when you compose your statement of objectives.
The combined program requires students to take 42 credits. The credit requirements are as follows:
For specific information, please consult the program worksheet.
Graduate students who receive funding from the Department of Theology and who wish to participate in the combined program will receive tuition remission for a total of thirty-six credits towards the forty-two credits required for the combined degree/certificate program.