AN INNOVATIVE, CONTEXT-DRIVEN APPROACH TO THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION FOR MINISTRY
Benefit from Huron’s rich legacy of theological education and inclusive learning environment, while taking advantage of an exciting and contextually-relevant approach to formation for church and community leadership.
LEARN WHAT MAKES A HURON MASTER’S DEGREE IN THEOLOGY DISTINCTIVE – AND HOW WE DELIVER ON OUR MISSION OF DEVELOPING SPIRITUAL LEADERS WITH HEART.
Religion and Theology in a Liberal Arts Context
We are committed to remaining engaged with Huron’s broader intellectual environment. Our close-knit campus, which includes departments that focus on a broad range of Humanities and Social Sciences, means our students have endless options to customize their learning paths.
Intellectual Curiosity & Academic Excellence
In the Faculty of Theology, we delve into challenging topics that prepare our students for a wide variety of vocations in ministry and service. We encourage academic exploration and critical thinking, and ensure every student has the personalized support they need to grapple with age-old questions about life, faith, and meaning.
Strategically Small Classes that Promote Engaged Learning
Do not get lost in a sea of students. At Huron, you will benefit from small class sizes where you and your peers and professors develop meaningful, lasting relationships. You will have many opportunities for life-changing interaction with fellow students of different backgrounds and faith traditions. These leaders will become your mentors and colleagues.
Inclusive Learning Community
Offering theological education for leadership in both the Christian and Islamic traditions, the Faculty of Theology is a diverse and inclusive learning community. Anglican in origin and identity, Huron welcomes Christian students from any denomination – and we also welcome students of any race, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Click below for Student Best Practices for a Context-Driven Approach to Theological Education: