PSR’s Master of Arts degree in Social Transformation (MAST) equips students to think critically about socio-political dynamics and reflect constructively on the role played by religion and theological traditions in movements for social change. This academic program combines the tools and methods of social theory and constructive...

The Master of Divinity (MDiv) at Pacific School of Religion is a graduate professional degree that prepares students for lay and ordained ministry, related vocations, and further academic study. The program meets the educational requirements for ordained ministry in most major Protestant denominations. Within the...

The Gender, Sexuality and the Bible course series at PSR invites all readers of the Bible to join a rich, substantive exploration of sexuality and gender from a progressive, theological perspective.  Six highly engaging, sensitive, and community-minded monthly online sessions bring participants into direct conversation...

PSR’s Certificate of Spirituality and Social Change (C.S.S.C.) offers specialized training for the work of social changemaking. Participants come from and prepare for a wide range of socially innovative vocational paths, whether social justice advocacy, community organizing, the visual and performing arts, or congregational leadership....

Are you looking for an opportunity to explore the interrelationships between theological study and other vocations or pondering preparation for ordained ministry by completing the equivalent of the first year of a master’s program? PSR’s Certificate of Theological Studies (CTS) program offers a wonderful opportunity...

The CTEL provides strong theological leadership training for lay and clergy leaders, equipping you to strengthen congregations and create new ministries. One of the richest traditions of PSR’s lay certificate programs has been that of cross-cultural, cross-denominational networking and community building.  In order to retain that...

The Master of Theological Studies degree program is designed for persons who wish to pursue the academic study of religion or to increase their religious understanding and ministerial capacity to serve the Church. The M.T.S. degree provides a solid basis in theological foundations including bible,...

The purpose of the 48 semester-hour Master of Theological Studies (MTS) degree program is to develop broad theological understandings for general education purposes. The MTS degree program has two distinct tracks: Track I: General Theological Studies is designed for persons who seek through an engagement with contemporary...

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