The Master of Arts in Religion degree is designed to prepare pastors, lay church workers, and para-church workers for more effective ministry by providing graduate-level training that will hone the skills needed for effective ministry leadership through Master's level education in Christian ministry.
The program objectives are broadly summarized in five dimensions:
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Washington Adventist University was designed to accomodate the education needs of working adult students. The condensed program format allows students to complete a Master's degree in as little as 14 months with the flexibility of attending classes two nights per week or in 21 months in the one night per week program.
View the Master of Arts in Religion section of the academic bulletin.