2018-2019 Academic Catalog

Programs

Academic Programs

Fuller Theological Seminary is organized into three schools: the School of Theology, School of Psychology, and the School of Intercultural Studies. As a graduate-level institution of higher education, master’s and doctoral degrees are offered by the three schools, as well as certificate programs.

School of Theology

Master’s Degrees

  • Master of Divinity (in English and Spanish)
  • Master of Arts in Theology
  • Master of Arts in Theology and Ministry (in English and Spanish)

Certificate Programs

  • Certificate of Christian Studies

Advanced Degrees

  • Master of Theology
  • Doctor of Ministry (in English and Korean)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Theology

School of Psychology

Master’s Degrees

  • Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy

Advanced Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology
  • Doctor of Psychology
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Psychological Science

School of Intercultural Studies

Master’s Degrees

  • Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (in English and Korean)
  • Master of Arts in Global Leadership

Certificate Programs

  • Certificate of Christian Studies
  • Certificate in Church Planting

Advanced Degrees

  • Master of Theology in Intercultural Studies
  • Master of Theology in Missiology (Korean language only)
  • Doctor of Ministry in Global Ministries (Korean language only)
  • Doctor of Missiology (in English and Korean)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Intercultural Studies

Other Nondegree Options

In addition to admission to regular degree or certificate programs, appliants may also be admitted under one of the following classifications:

Limited Enrollment Student: one who is qualified for regular admission but wants to take no more than six master’s-level courses (24 units);

Unclassified Student: one who is academically qualified for admission, wants to take an unlimited number of master’s-level courses, but does not want to pursue a degree program;

Visiting Student: one who is currently enrolled as a graduate student in good standing at another graduate institution, but wants to have transcript evidence of course work done at Fuller for transfer to the school of primary enrollment.

Audit-Only: one who wishes to attend master’s-level classes for personal growth and learning without academic credit.