The Master of Theological Studies equips you with expanded knowledge in a biblical or theological specialization, such as Apologetics, Church History, New Testament, Old Testament, Septuagint Studies or Theology. Through mentorship, in-depth discussion, peer learning and a thesis project, you will become better prepared to teach and influence this and future generations of Christians.
*The Master of Theological Studies contains 52 credit hours and can be done in two years of full time study, or over a longer period of part-time study.
Online, Live-Stream and Flexible Seminary Study Options
At ACTS Seminaries, we make your ministry education more accessible by offering a number of online, live-stream, modular and other flexiblestudy options. Talk to us today to discover course options available to you.
Research & Writing
RES 502 - Research Strategies
MTS 700 - Research Writing & the Ministry of Scholarship
MTS 889 - Interdisciplinary Research Seminar
BIB 505 - Biblical Interpretation
BIB 620/640 - Old Testament Theology OR New Testament Theology
Biblical Studies Elective
THS 571 - Believers' Church Theology
THS 671 - The God Who Creates, Sustains and Redeems
THS 672 - Redemption Applied and Consummated
HIS 540 - History of Christianity I
HIS 541 - History of Christianity II
Four electives in your area of specialization
Apologetics establishes a rational reasoned defense of the Christian faith, as well as engaging current social issues and the truth claims of other faiths.
Biblical Studies will provide you with a strong foundation for ministry and personal faith by refining your knowledge of the Scriptures.
Church history examines what Christians at different times and in different places around the world believed about God, the Gospel and the Christian life, so that we can live in faithful obedience to the gospel today.
The Septuagint is the earliest Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible and the first major work of religious translation in history. It provides unique insight into the world in which Jesus lived and in which the early church grew.
Theology is what Christians believe about God, salvation and the nature of reality, which makes every Christian a theologian. By engaging with current and historical theological issues, you will see more clearly how your beliefs impact both your day-to-day life and the major social and cultural issues in the world today.
ACTS Seminaries welcomes applicants who confess faith in Jesus, are members in or connected with a local church, and possess a desire for academic and spiritual growth within the ACTS Seminaries community. A bachelor degree from an accredited university or college is the standard academic prerequisite. Other admission requirements are listed on our Apply page.
Step 1 - choose your degree program
Step 2 - fill out the online application form
Step 3 - submit your references and transcripts
The seminaries that constitute the Associated Canadian Theological Schools admit qualified women and men of any race, nationality or ethnic origin. Please note that meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission. ACTS may consider applicants who do not meet the minimum academic requirements, provided they can demonstrate the ability to succeed at the graduate level.