PROGRAM A
ASSOCIATE IN SACRED THEOLOGY
This Program can be taken as Introduction to Theology (Program A) without Term Test leading to a Certificate of Completion. Alternatively, the Program can be taken as credit with Term Test leading to an Associate's Degree (Program B).
Duration:
Depending on previously applied credits (course work, experience) and the learning pace of the student it is targeted to take roughly one year.

COURSE OF STUDY
I.            Scriptural Theology
105            Old Testament History
106            New Testament Synopsis
II.            Dogmatic Theology
201            Dogmatics (including Soteriology, Mariology, Christology, Pneumatology, Eschatology)
III.            Liturgical Theology
301            Sacraments: Introduction and Theology
303     Church Calendar/Cycle of Services
IV.            Moral Theology
402            Introduction to Eastern Orthodox Spirituality
 
Optional: Special Assignments (Practicum)
 

PROGRAM B 
 DIPLOMA IN SACRED THEOLOGY
(typically required of candidates for the Deaconate)
 
Duration:
Depending on previously applied credits (course work, experience) and the learning pace of the student it is targeted to take roughly two years.

COURSE OF STUDY
I. Scriptural Theology
103 Introduction to Scriptural Theology
105 Old Testament History
111 Acts of the Apostles
112 Pauline Epistles
113 General Epistles
II. Dogmatic Theology
201 Dogmatics (including Soteriology,
Mariology, Christology, Pneumatology, Eschatology)
202 Teachings of the Oecumenical Councils
203 Patristics/Patrology
204 Ascetic Theology and Monasticism
III. Liturgical Theology
301 The Sacraments: Introduction and Theology
302 Eucharistic Celebration: History / Construction / Theology
303 Rubrics
(a.) Church Calendar / Cycle of Services
(b.) Practice: Latin Rite*
 
IV.            Moral Theology
401  Ethics
 
V.            Homiletics and Practical Theology
505  Deaconal Preparation
 
VII. Church History
701 Church History: First Millennium
702 Contemporary Issues in World Christianity
703 Calendar Questions
704 Missionary Work
 
Candidates preparing for Holy Orders may be required to take additional courses in Liturgical Theology, Homiletics and Practical Theology. This may include intensive classes on campus, internships; or ongoing practice in the field under a tutor.
 

PROGRAM D
LICENTIATE IN SACRED THEOLOGY
(typically required of candidates for the priests/ministers)

Duration:
Depending on previously applied credits (course work, experience) and the learning pace of the student it is targeted to take roughly two years.

COURSE OF STUDY
I.            Scriptural Theology
103 Introduction to Scriptural Theology
105 Old Testament History
106 New Testament Synopsis
107 Pentateuch
108 Johannine Literature
109 Old Testament Prophets
110 Wisdom Literature
111 Acts of the Apostles
112 Pauline Epistles
113 General Epistles
 
II.            Dogmatics
201 Dogmatics (including Soteriology, Mariology, Christology Pneumatology, Eschatology)
202 Teachings of the Ecumenical Councils
203 Patristics / Patrology
 
III.            Liturgical Theology
301 The Sacraments: Introduction and Theology
303 Rubrics
(a.) Church Calendar / Cycle of Services
(b.) Practice: Latin Rite*
 
IV.            Moral Theology
401 Ethics and Moral Theology
402 Introduction to Eastern Orthodox Spirituality
 
VI.            Ecclesiastical Law
601 Introduction to Canon Law
602 The Canons (of student’s church)
 
VII. Church History
701 Church History: First Millennium
702 Contemporary Issues in World Christianity
703 Calendar Questions
704 Mission Work
 
Candidates preparing for Holy Orders may be required to take additional courses in Liturgical Theology, Homiletics and Practical Theology. These may include short intensive programs on campus, internships; or ongoing practice in the field under a tutor.


PROGRAM E
DOCTORATE OF DIVINITY

Duration:
Depending on previous credits, the Program is targeted to take anywhere between one to four years.

COURSE OF STUDY
[Please note that this is an individually designed program, based on previous experience and credentials, and may not require all of the Courses listed below]
 
I.            Scriptural Theology
103 Introduction to Scriptural Theology
105 Old Testament History
106 New Testament Synopsis
107 Pentateuch
108 Johannine Literature
109 Old Testament Prophets
110 Wisdom Literature
111 Acts of the Apostles
112 Pauline Epistles
113 General Epistles
 
II.            Dogmatics
201 Dogmatics (including Soteriology,
Mariology, Christology, Pneumatology, Eschatology)
202 Teachings of the Ecumenical Councils
203 Patristics / Patrology
 
III.            Liturgical Theology
301 The Sacraments: Introduction and Theology
303 Rubrics
(a.) Church Calendar / Cycle of Services
(b.) Practice: Latin Rite*
 
IV.            Moral Theology
401 Ethics and Moral Theology
402 Introduction to Mysical Spirituality
 
VI.            Ecclesiastical Law
601 Introduction to Canon Law
602 The Canons (of student’s church)

VII. Church History 701 Church History: First Millennium
702 Contemporary Issues in World Christianity
703 Calendar Questions
704 Mission Work
 
One (1) Thesis [Please refer to the Thesis requirements in this Study Binder]
Candidates preparing for Holy Orders will be required to take additional courses in Liturgical Theology, Homiletics and Practical Theology. These may include short intensive programs on campus, internships; or ongoing practice in the field under a tutor.

PROGRAM F
DOCTORATE IN SACRED THEOLOGY
 
Duration:
Depending on previous credits, the Program is targeted to take anywhere between one to four years.
 
COURSE OF STUDY

I.            Scriptural Theology
101-G Basic Koiné Greek
102            Koiné Greek Advanced
103            Introduction to Scriptural Theology
104            Exegesis (Practice)
105            Old Testament History
106            New Testament Synopsis
107            Pentateuch
108            Johannine Literature
109            Old Testament Prophets
110            Wisdom Literature
111            Acts of the Apostles
112            Pauline Epistles
113            General Epistles
 
II.            Dogmatics
201            Dogmatics (including Soteriology, Mariology, Christology,   Pneumatology, Eschatology)
202            Teachings of the Ecumenical Councils
203            Patristics / Patrology
204            Ascetic Theology and Monasticism
 
III.            Liturgical Theology
301            The Sacraments Introduction and Theology
302            Divine Liturgy: History / Construction / Theology
303            Rubrics
                        (a.)            Church Calendar / Cycle of Services
                        (b.)            Practice: Latin Rite*
                        304            Practical Training
                        (a)            Pastoral Assistant
                        (b)            Deacon
                        (c)            Priest
304            Latin Reading Class
305            Greek Reading Class
306            Liturgical Latin
 
IV. Moral Theology
401 Ethics and Moral Theology
402 Introduction to Mystical Spirituality
 
V. Homiletics & Practical Theology
501 Sermon Preparation
502 Sermon Delivery
503 Pastoral Counseling
504 Parish Life/Ministry
505 Diaconal Preparation
506 Liturgical Music
 
VI. Ecclesiastical Law
601 Introduction to Canon Law
602 The Canons (of student’s church)
 
VII. Church History
701 Church History: First Millennium
702 Contemporary Issues in World Christianity
703 Calendar Questions
704 Mission Work
 
One (1) Dissertation [Please refer to the dissertation requirements in the  Study Guide]
 
Candidates preparing for Holy Orders may be required to take additional classes in Liturgical Theology, Homiletics and Practical Theology. These may include short intensive programs on campus, internships or ongoing practice in the field under a tutor.