Register Now for New Hybrid-Online M.Div.


Thursday, June 13, 2013 at 9AM

Register Now for New Hybrid-Online M.Div. Claremont School of Theology's world-class faculty is revising its core curriculum to allow students to complete the Master of Divinity degree without relocating, through a combination of online and in-person intensive classes, in 24 months or longer.

Claremont School of Theology's world-class faculty has designed a new, Hybrid/Online 72-unit Master of Divinity degree. The program blends online teaching and in-person intensive meetings. It is an opportunity for students living at a distance and unable to relocate to receive a high quality theological education, participate in an interreligious community, and undergo a deep formation process leading to many forms of ministry. Students may complete the program in 24 months or longer, depending on their commitments, and save on tuition and housing costs.

“Claremont already offers a rigorous, distinctive approach to theological education that prepares ministers to rethink church and the future of faith for a multicultural, multireligious world,” said Claremont School of Theology President, the Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Kuan. “This online-intensive curriculum will open the doors to this approach more broadly than ever before.”

The new hybrid-online format will also allow students to complete the Master of Arts in Ministry, Leadership and Service in 18 months or longer. Online courses and intensive formats will also be central to the school’s long-standing Doctor of Ministry programs.

CST is now accepting applications for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 for the new hybrid degrees. For more information, contact the Office of Admission at admission@cst.edu or (909) 447-2507.

Pending WASC Approval


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