The Master of Theology (Th.M.) is a graduate theology degree that focuses on academic research. It is considered the equivalent of a master of sacred theology (S.T.M), and the Association of Theological Schools views both degrees as a minimum requirement for teaching in a seminary, divinity school or theology school. In addition to the seminaries with a Th.M. program, there are also many theology schools that offer this type of degree.
Most accredited Th.M. degree programs require students to have a bachelor degree before enrolling, and some may ask for a master degree of some sort. Students normally enroll in Th.M. programs as preparation for doctoral work or an academic field, although some seminaries offer Th.M.s in place of master of divinity (M.Div.) degrees.
Th.M. degrees generally focus on a specific field of study.
Accredited Seminaries with Master of Theology (Th.M.) Degrees
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Looking for more seminary degrees? Check out:
- Doctor of Philosophy degrees
- Doctor of Theology degrees
- Doctor of Ministry degrees
- Master of Sacred Theology Degrees
- Master of Divinity degrees
Alternatively, see all the academic and professional theology degrees.