Study alongside internationally recognized scholars and mentors.

Biblical Studies and Christian Thought is a specialized academic program led by expert faculty who prepare students to interpret Scripture and to investigate the major issues involved in biblical studies and the history of Christianity.

Become part of one of the most dynamic religious studies departments in North America. The Master of Arts in Biblical Studies and Christian Thought at Trinity Western University is a specialized academic program led by expert faculty who prepare students to interpret Scripture and to investigate the major issues involved in biblical studies and the history of Christianity.

Together, students and faculty engage in original research and critically examine biblical and related theological texts. They learn to formulate their own written contributions to the scholarly conversations in a style that is both professional and compelling. Students also benefit from visiting scholars by means of colloquia and department-sponsored seminars.

The MA in Biblical Studies and Christian Thought has a proven and widely recognized track record of preparing graduates for entrance into and completion of Ph.D. programs at leading academic institutions, where some of our graduates are now taking up academic positions.

Degrees

Certificate
Master of Arts (MA)

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Anticipated Length

1-2 years or part-time

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Delivery Method

Langley Campus

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Application Deadline

June 15 & Novemeber 1

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Tuition Total

$20,400

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Finances

Our graduate programs offer a variety of scholarships, grants, awards, and/or assistantships that provide financial assistance for students registered in full-time graduate studies.

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Dead Sea Scrolls Institute

The Dead Sea Scrolls Institute at Trinity Western University promotes research in the Qumran scrolls, many of which have been made public only recently.

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John William Wevers Institute

In 2008, the Wevers library was transferred to the TWU campus, and in 2011 the Wevers family donated $400,000 to support of this university's program of Septuagint Studies and research.

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