Respond to God's Call
With 150 years of preparing committed Catholics for service to the Church, Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology offers you a unique opportunity for serious theological study alongside seminarians and members of religious communities. Grow in your faith and deepen your relationship with God, the Church and the community as you respond to God's call.
- Master of Arts in Theology
-- Research Option: for those who plan to pursue further studies in theology.
-- General Option: for those who wish to deepen their knowledge of Catholic theology either for their own personal development or in preparation for teaching others about the faith.
- Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry: for those interested in a leadership role in a specialized ministry within the Roman Catholic Church.
- Master of Divinity (available to seminarians only): for those preparing to undertake ministry in the Roman Catholic Church through ordination to the priesthood.
These programs are designed for those interested in obtaining a deep grounding in a discreet area of theology without pursuing a Master’s degree.
William J. Toth Summer Institute for Family Spirituality:
This program is intended for those interested in graduate-level courses that explore the spiritual, pastoral and theological dimensions of family life. All courses may count toward a Certificate in Spirituality or a Certificate in Pastoral Ministry, or may be applied to a Master’s in Theology or a Master’s in Pastoral Ministry. We also accept students for our summer program on a non-matriculated basis.
We Also Offer a Bachelor of Arts in Catholic Theology
Day, evening, weekend and summer classes are available. Classes are also offered at our satellite location - Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, Ridgewood, N.J.
A 50% tuition discount is offered for students working in Church ministry. Register for more information today.
"It doesn't matter where you are in life -- it's never too late to grow closer to the Lord by stretching your boundaries of faith and knowledge."
– Janet Hoven, M.A. '08