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Theological Studies

Theological Studies

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With approval from the Diocese of Lansing, the Program in Theological Studies is a certificate program consisting of 12 courses equaling 36 hours of undergraduate theology credit. Completion of the program could constitute a contracted major in theology for a student seeking a bachelor’s degree. Completion of 18 hours could constitute a minor in theology.

Siena Heights University employs superbly qualified faculty who teach in the name of the Catholic Church to meet the needs of non-traditional students while maintaining the excellence of a university education.

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Learn more about the Theological Studies program

Since 1995 the Diocesan Ministry Formation Program and Siena Heights University have received firm and unwavering support of both Bishop Carl Mengeling and Bishop Earl Boyea. Contracts have been renewed in 2000, 2005 and again in 2010 for another five-year cycle.

The Program in Theological Studies is an academic program consisting of 36 credit hours. Siena Heights University provides the 12 theology courses in theological studies required by the Diocese. The University provides the qualified adjunct faculty. These theology courses can also be used as a major for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theological Studies.

By awarding academic credit for the theology courses, potential church ministers are assured of receiving a quality education that meets the standards of those institutions of higher education delivering academic credit-bearing courses. An important outcome of the theological studies is that persons in church leadership gain confidence, marketability and credibility in their ministerial and professional environment.



  

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Karen Morrison
Director
Phone: 517-264-7690
Email: kmorriso@sienaheights.edu


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