Master of Theology Program (page 64)

The Master of Theology Degree is a unique program of graduate training in the broad aspects of Biblical theology and fundamental teachings of the Christian faith. In this program of study, students may complete their degree program externally (off campus) while residing anywhere in the world, or on campus (in classroom) at CTU.

Curriculum Design
The successful completion of ninety-six (96) semester credit hours is required for the Master of Theology Degree. Each course on the Masters level at Conservative Theological University offers three (3) semester hours of credit.
The primary focus for the ThM degree is in the areas of Biblical theology and the Languages.
Students pursuing the ThM Degree make course selections within the general framework of the requirements and electives, to enable them to meet their personal, pastoral, and academic goals.

Transfer Credit
Students who have attended other qualified schools or seminaries may receive credit toward a ThM Degree with Conservative Theological University. At least 36 semester hours credit must be taken at CTU.

Prior Learning Assessment Credit (PLA)
Students who have significant professional and or ministry experience may secure up to 30 semester hours credit toward a ThM Degree through Bible content testing and the preparation of a PLA portfolio. This may be undertaken after application acceptance, by CTU guidelines, and with advisor guidance. (See general brochure for more information.)

Fees and Tuition
See the Schedule of Fees and Tuition.

Curriculum Design

Master of Theology-96 Semester hrs. credit

BS 5161 Basic Greek Grammar
BS 5162 Intermediate Greek
BS 5171 Basic Hebrew Grammar
BS 5172 Intermediate Hebrew
BS 5163/BS 5173 Advanced Greek or
Hebrew Grammar
BS 5141 Hermeneutics
BS 5151 Creationism


TH 5330 History Christianity I
TH 5340 History Christianity II
TH 5351 Bibliogy and Pneumatology
TH 5352 Theology Proper & Christology
TH 5353 Angelology and Anthropology
TH 5354 Hamartiology and Soteriology
TH 5355 Ecclesiology and Eschatology
TH 5361 Comparative Philosophy
TH 5362 Christian Ethics


Pastoral Ministry
PC 5461 Pastoral Theology
PC 5411 Theology of Counseling
PC 5431 Ministry of Prayer


Missions, ChurchPlanting & Evangelism
MS 5622 Theology of Missions Ministry


Middle-East Judaic Studies
JS 5731 Judaism and Christianity


Christian Education
CE 5510 Philosophy Christian Edu


General Electives
Theological Dissertation


TOTAL: 96 Credits