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Christendom College’s graduate school of theology offers Master of Arts degrees in Theological Studies, as well as the Advanced Apostolic Catechetical Diploma. With concentrations in Systematic Theology, Moral Theology, Evangelization and Catechesis, Spirituality, or Consecrated Life, students can earn their degrees, or certificates, either in person or online, making the program the most affordable, faithful, and flexible graduate program available.

The Graduate School will be offering five new courses in the spring.

Registration for the upcoming spring semester is now open, and students may apply for and enroll in the Master’s program, or simply take a variety of courses for educational purposes. Along with its core classes, there are five additional elective courses being offered which should be of interest to a wide variety of people.  Early registration continues until December 15, 2017.

Students can earn their degrees, or certificates, either in person or online, making the program the most affordable, faithful, and flexible graduate program available.

On Monday nights, students can explore the existence and roles of angelic beings in THEO 864: Angels and Demons, with professor and dean of students Joseph Arias.  On Wednesdays, professor Steve Weidenkopf delves into the history of the Protestant Reformation to give context of what happened to split the Church 500 years ago.  Professor David Wallace hosts a seminar, EDUC 802: Readings in Patristic Catechesis, on Fridays, where students can discover what the Church Fathers had to say on the topic of catechesis and how to spread the faith to the world. And finally, Fr. Sebastian Carnazzo will host two new live-online courses on Thursday afternoons with Biblical Greek (conversational) from 2-4 pm and the Synoptic Gospels from 5-7 pm.

For more information on these and other courses and to register, please visit graduate.christendom.edu.

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