The Master of Arts in Religious Studies program at Edgewood College is currently in a state of transition. At the current time, we are not accepting new students into the program. We are in the process of redesigning the curriculum for the program and intend to launch the new MA-Religious Studies degree in the Fall of 2014. Check back here for updates.
Rooted deeply in the Dominican tradition, the Edgewood College Graduate Program in Religious Studies provides students from many religious traditions and walks of life an opportunity to discover and develop the gifts, passions and interests that come from deep within and to share these with others.
Our courses encourage students to focus their study to meet personal goals that can include hospital or prison chaplaincy, spiritual guidance, environmental ethics, journalism or social work and various parish and regional ministries of local faith communities.
Edgewood College students have multiple opportunities to learn from each other and to experience the love and support of a true community. Our students meet between and after classes or for special events throughout the semester. The intellectual exchange and camaraderie have proven to be so important that several alumni continue to meet in study groups long after graduation.
Courses are offered on evenings and weekends to accommodate your busy schedules. Take one, two or three classes. It's up to you! You can begin your studies fall, spring or summer session.
If you are seeking a solid foundation for sharing your gifts in service of God's people and the earth they call home, explore what Edgewood College has to offer.