Episcopal Divinity School welcomes applications from prospective students seeking theological education who share our commitment to serve and advance a mission of justice, compassion, and reconciliation. We offer graduate degree programs leading to a Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Theological Studies, and a Doctor of Ministry.
For students not seeking a degree, we also offer highly flexible certificate programs, including one in Anglican Leadership that is primarily designed for Episcopalians in the ordination process who need to complete their Anglican studies requirements.
Our Doctor of Ministry degree is designed to allow applicants to remain fully employed during their studies. It is completed through a combination of on-campus residencies and distance learning.
Our Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Theological Studies, and certificates can be completed through either on campus residency or our innovative Distributive Learning option, which combines on-campus residencies with distance learning.
On-campus programs begin in September; doctoral and Distributive Learning programs begin in June.