MTS: After successfully completing the Master of Theological Studies Degree, graduates will be able to:
- Within a broader awareness of the academic study of religion, articulate the complexities emergent in the interdisciplinary study of religious traditions.
- Formulate a viable research question that puts the student into conversation with historic and contemporary thinkers in the study of religion and that fosters transformative possibilities for humanity and the world.
- Identify theological resources that would broaden and deepen their thinking about these questions.
- Organize their response to a research question, both in written and oral format, in such a way as to establish themselves as a competent public voice within the interdisciplinary study of religion.