MA in Religion (Andrews University) provides a solid biblical and theological foundation in terms of
biblical knowledge and theological disciplines, critical thinking, and research abilities from which to
pursue interdisciplinary collaboration in terms of research and learning with non-theological
disciplines. It contributes to the preparation of pastors, teachers, and administrators with a solid
understanding of Adventist history, beliefs, and practices, and the ability to think critically and
collaboratively in matters of religion.
Join the MA program, planned to start in autumn 2022!
Since some of the students need to take prerequisite modules in the coming year, the group of MA students is being formed already this year.
Cost: The students who are sponsored by the church have to pay 180 – 340 EUR yearly.
Intensives: 4 weeks once a year or 5 weeks split into 2 sessions.
Duration: 4 or 5 years, depending on the plan of intensives.
Group size: 12 – 30 students.
Graduation requirements: modules + comprehensive exam (no thesis)
Prerequisites: If your BA is from a different field, you will need to take part in a preparation course to earn 12 US credits in these subjects:
- Church History
- New Testament Studies
- Old Testament Studies
- Theological Studies
- Adventist Studies
Admission: Please fill in the application form at www.sda.ee/ma by August 11th.
For more information feel free to contact us:
The core subjects included:
- History of Seventh-day Adventist Theology
- Issues in Ellen G. White Studies
- Methods in Biblical & Theological Research
- Doctrine of the Sanctuary
- Studies in the Gospels
- Studies in Revelation
- Studies in Daniel
- Studies in the Pentateuch
Other subjects that may be included:
- Archaeology and the Bible
- Studies in Prophets
- Studies in the Pauline Writings
- Studies in Acts and General Epistles
- Studies in Hebrews
- Doctrine of the Church
- Doctrine of God
- Doctrine of Salvation
- The Works of Christ
Want to read more? Find info about this program on Andrews University page here: https://www.andrews.edu/sem/mareligion/offcampus.html