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Master in Theology Program - Kansas

Earn a Graduate Degree in Theology

We are a Catholic, online graduate program with the mission of preparing students for a life of teaching and learning through immersion in Catholic theology.

Students explore Catholic theology online, and on campus, and engage with instructors and one another in order to prepare themselves to serve the Church as the next generation of catechetical leaders and scholars.

How the Theology Graduate Program Works

Sample Lecture: Finding the Presence of God in Your Life

Dusty Gates - Testimonial

About Our Faculty

Graduate Theology Department

The Graduate Theology faculty and staff have the knowledge and experience to help you prepare for careers in the many professions that Theology has to offer. If you need clarification on a class assignment or advice on how to approach your future, you can feel confident that our faculty is available and ready to help.

Master in Theology Career Paths

The MTS program prepares students to teach in Catholic high schools, apply to hospital chaplaincy programs, or work in parishes or diocesan offices. It also prepares lay people to teach classes in Parish Schools of Religion (PSR), teach or direct the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) and participate in other parochial ministries.


The Master of Arts (M.A.) in theology degree prepares students to enter Ph.D. programs. Possible careers include many areas in theological instruction.

Program Outcomes

"I've long been one to want to get a thorough background in Catholic theology. The Diocese offered me an incredible scholarship, and it has lived up to my expectations and exceeded them. It's been an incredible experience. I'm going to continue to catechize and continue to teach as many students as I can and reach out to those who don't know Christ and bring them closer to Him, I pray. "


"What I enjoyed most about the Masters in Theology program was the passionate professors who know how to communicate God’s truths to any type of learner."


"The threaded discussions provided many opportunities to explore, discuss and sometimes debate the theological perspectives of our classmates, and the papers I wrote provided opportunities to delve into areas of interest that I had not previously explored in any depth."