The Master of Theological Study and Master of Science in Nursing (M.T.S. and M.S.N.) is a dual-degree program that combines a master-level nursing degree with an advanced seminary degree. The M.S.N. is a common graduate degree that nurses pursue after earning a bachelor degree in nursing. The M.T.S. degree may offer broad training in Christian theology or focus on a specific area depending on a program’s specifics.
Most accredited M.T.S. and M.S.N. degrees require students to have a bachelor degree before enrolling, and that degree often must be in nursing. No prior theological education is typically required.
Upon graduating from an M.T.S. and M.S.N. seminary degree program, students frequently work as nurses or in other capacities within the healthcare industries. They may work in hospitals, doctor offices, clinics, nonprofit settings or overseas as missionaries.
Accredited M.T.S. and M.S.N. Degrees
- Trinity Lutheran Seminary
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