The Master of Theological Studies can be completed on a part-time basis. Students may follow either the Integrating Studies Stream, or the First Studies Stream. All students convocate with the Master of Theological Studies. See below for specific requirements.
All students are required to maintain an electronic portfolio that documents their progress through their programs.
MTS PROGRAM OUTLINE
Integrating Studies Stream: two-year, twenty-credit
Biblical: 3 Units
Historical: 2 Units
Theological: 4 Units
Moral Theology: 2 Units
Pastoral: 4 Units
Free Electives: 3 Units
These courses may be selected from any of the four TST departments, although they are usually selected with a view to forming a concentration of courses in one department (e.g. Theology).
Closure: RGT3790Y MTS Synthesis Paper
A detailed protocol on the preparation of the synthesis paper to bring the MTS program to completion is available from the Student Services Assistant.
First Studies Stream: three-year, thirty-credit. With the approval of the program director, up to 10 of the 30 courses may be taken at the undergraduate level.
A 18-hour seminar in academic skills entitled "Introduction to Philosophical Studies" given over the course of 6 days in late August.
Religious Heritage: 8 Units
RGP1621H Ignatian Foundations for Mission and Ministry
RGT1101H Foundations of Theology
RGB1005H Introduction to the Old Testament
RGB1501H Introduction to the New Testament
Introduction: Early Church History
Three Electives: In Theology, Contextual Theology or Biblical Languages
Cultural Context: 10 Units
Social and Natural Sciences, Humanities, or a Second Language: 10 Units
With the approval of the program director, courses may be completed on an
Summative Exercise: 2 Units