60 credit hours (European)
An international program for biblical studies
The Master of Theology in Biblical Interpretation program offers specialized training in biblical exegesis. This program in English includes a semester of modular seminars and a semester of dissertation preparation.
The first semester includes research seminars on various topics in the fields of Old or New Testament, languages (Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic), textual criticism and ancient versions, biblical theology, hermeneutics, and the history of interpretation. The second semester is dedicated to the ThM dissertation which can be written on any subject relating to biblical interpretation:
This program offers the rare opportunity for in-depth study of the Old and New Testaments with international scholars in the land of John Calvin.Apply
Areas of specialization
The Old Testament track includes a required course called “Panorama of Biblical Exegesis”, in which different research models are presented from a Reformed point of view. Seminars include topics in biblical theology, in-depth exegesis, and theories of interpretation. The academic year ends with a thesis in Old Testament.
The New Testament track similarly includes a “Panorama of Biblical Exegesis” class. Research seminars include perspectives in biblical theology, exegesis of specific passages, and the history of interpretation. The academic year ends with a thesis in New Testament.
- MDiv in theology, or equivalent.
- English proficiency: minimum TOFEL test score of 100.
- Completing the application form.
- Completing the financial information form.
- Statement of christian life.
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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