Religious Education Concentration
Walsh University's Master of Art in Theology Religious Education concentration develops professional competency in teaching. By completing coursework offered through Walsh University’s graduate program in Education, the student will bring their theological knowledge and skills into dialogue with a variety of theoretical perspectives and practical experiences informed by evidence-based models of learning.
- Practical Curriculum. All theology courses are geared toward the intellectual, human, pastoral, and spiritual integration of the student as a servant-leader in the community.
- One-on-One Learning. Classes are small and are tailored to a student's individual program of interest.
- Affordable. The program features a lower rate per credit hour than our other graduate programs.
- Choose Your Pace. Flexible scheduling allow you to pursue this 36 credit hour program at your own pace, when it's convenient for you.
About the Program
Students seeking specific competency in the field of catechetical instruction will complete a distance-learning course through the Pontifical College Josephinum and receive transfer credit (as THEO 631) toward their Walsh degree.
The culminating assignment for the Religious Education concentration is a 3-credit project that integrates the student’s theological and professional formation by applying them to a significant issue or problem in the field of religious education.