June 11–29, 2018

The Advanced Degrees Program at the School of Theology is a summer program designed to increase professional knowledge in the practice of ministry for clergy. Classes build the relationship between the practice of ministry and biblical, historical, and theological studies by combining learning in community with a cycle of daily prayer and worship in the Anglican tradition. Please see the 2016–2017 catalog for degree details.

  • Doctor of Ministry
  • Doctor of Ministry in Preaching
  • Doctor of Ministry in Liturgy
  • Masters of Sacred Theology
  • Masters of Sacred Theology in Anglican Studies

2018 Summer Courses

Lauren Winner, Duke Divinity School: "Images of God in the Bible"
James Tengatenga, School of Theology, and Robert MacSwain, School of Theology: "Same-Sex Relationships and the Anglican Communion"
Tom Long, Emory University, and William Brosend, School of Theology: "The Challenge and Craft of Preaching"
Neil Alexander, School of Theology, and James Turrell, School of Theology: "Mapping Liturgical Structures"
Benjamin King, School of Theology: "The Oxford Movement and the Liturgy"