Biblical Studies Masters Programs
What May Students Study in Biblical Studies Masters Programs?
In Biblical Studies Masters Programs, students research the Bible. They also use different historical, societal, and cultural lenses to interpret the Bible's meaning and to evaluate its message. Students might earn a biblical studies master's degree in applied biblical studies or theoretical biblical studies.
Some of the most common degrees in Biblical Studies Masters Programs include:
- Master of Divinity
- Master of Theology
- MA in Biblical Studies
Search below for Biblical Studies Masters Programs on GradSchools.com.
Liberty University OnlineMaster of Theology: Biblical Studies (Non-Thesis) MA: Biblical Studies Master of Divinity: Biblical Studies MA: Biblical Exposition MDV: Biblical Languages-90 hrs. MDV: Biblical Languages-75 hrs. Master of Arts in Religion: Biblical Studies
Wheaton CollegeM.A. in Theology M.A. in Biblical Exegesis M.A. in Biblical Archeology M.A. in History of Christianity Master of Arts in Biblical Studies
Tyndale SeminaryMaster of Divinity
Johnson UniversityNew Testament
Naropa UniversityMaster of Divinity
American Jewish UniversityRabbinic Studies Rabbinic Ordination Program Jewish Communal Studies
Regent UniversityMaster of Theology - Biblical Studies Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.) - Cosmogony Master of Divinity (M.Div.) - Biblical Languages Master of Theological Studies - Biblical Studies Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.) - Biblical Languages
Colorado Christian UniversityCurriculum and Instruction, M.A. - Emphasis in Biblical Studies Theological Studies, M.A. Biblical Studies, M.A.