The PhD program of Princeton Theological Seminary forms scholars, servants, and leaders of the church and the academy through constructive, critical engagement with the Christian tradition in its complexity and diversity, and where appropriate, in conversation with other religious and intellectual traditions in their multiplicity and variety.
Four courses must be taken as seminars in the Theology Department. The remaining four required courses can be taken as seminars or as a combination of Princeton University courses, independent studies, PhD seminars in other departments, or MDiv courses with PhD-level writing assignments negotiated with the professor of the course.
Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) is a private Presbyterian school of theology in Princeton, New Jersey.Founded in 1812 under the auspices of Archibald Alexander, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, and the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), it is the second-oldest seminary in the United States. It is also the largest of ten seminaries associated with the.DPhil in Theology. A DPhil — our name for a PhD — commands worldwide recognition. It will prepare and enable you to make an original contribution to your field. Length of study. Completing a DPhil requires at least three years of full-time research, although this period can be extended if you chose to study part time. For many of our students it is the beginning of an exciting academic.Princeton’s Ph.D. program in East Asian Studies (EAS) has long been recognized as one of the leading graduate programs of its kind in the Western world. At present, we offer doctoral (Ph.D.) training in Chinese and Japanese history and literature, Korean cultural studies, anthropology of East Asia, and in the transnational social and cultural study of contemporary East Asia. Read more about.
Oxford has been a place of training for the Christian ministry since the origins of the University. Today, the Faculty of Theology and Religion continues this long tradition by offering two degrees in partnership with the nine Colleges and Halls in Oxford which currently offer training for ordination and wider ministry in one of the denominations of the Christian Church.Read More
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Old Testament PhD; Old Testament specialists; New Testament; Christian Theology; History of Christianity; Philosophy of Religion; Religious Studies; Late antiquity; Hebrew, Jewish, Early Christian; World Christianities; Scriptural languages; Info. We offer below some guidance so that your enquiries regarding doctoral work in the field of the Hebrew Bible are focussed and that you develop a.Read More
PhD. A Master’s degree with marks of at least 67 per cent; where appropriate a GPA of at least 3.8. Applicants who are currently taking the Faculty of Divinity’s M.Phil. degree must achieve an overall average of at least 71 per cent and at least 71 per cent for their thesis. MPhil. Applicants in all subject areas are expected to have achieved 1 st class or 2.1 honours degree with marks of.Read More
All areas of study. Social Sciences. Humanities; Engineering; Natural Sciences; Social Sciences; Whether improving national security, exploring issues of poverty, explaining human behavior or taking a critical look at international trade, research in the social sciences at Princeton strives to advance of knowledge of human society and address some of the largest societal problems of the 21st.Read More
The Princeton Theological Review is a student-run academic journal that serves both the Princeton Theological Seminary student body and the theological community at large. It promotes a free and open exchange of ideas in order to challenge, inform, and equip its audience to become more effective and faithful witnesses to the Lord Jesus Christ. We are committed to engaging theological issues in.Read More
The MPhil in Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion is a nine-month full-time, or one-year-and-nine-month part-time, master's course. The MPhil offers the opportunity for advanced study in Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion across the full range of disciplines and with a strong focus on research. Students can draw on the expertise of leading scholars from a wide range of.Read More
Princeton Theology refers to a conservative Christian reformed theology that flourished at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1812 until 1929. It was rooted in the philosophy of Common Sense Realism, as interpreted by Charles Hodge (1797-1878). In 1929 Princeton Theological Seminary completely modernized itself (becoming a center of Liberal Christianity), forcing scholars serious about.Read More
Graduate study in theology and religion at Oxford gives you the opportunity to participate in the faculty’s research culture, to benefit from its outstanding expertise and resources, and to develop your own ideas and thinking. The faculty offers master’s degrees in all major areas of theology and the study of religions. Most subjects are.Read More
The PhD may be conducted, full-time or part-time, by distance learning, which carries no residency requirement. The PhD at the University of Aberdeen is a research degree. Research degrees are defined by the student’s own research proposal, on which the student will write a thesis.Read More