The Sacrae Theologiae Licentiatus program is a graduate program (Second Cycle) in theology designed to enable students to teach theology in a major seminary or equivalent institution and to participate in theological debate as scholars in their own right. It entails the advancement of academic research and inquiry in theology, concentrating in one area of theology through a thesis and lectio coram. Our STL program offers the opportunity to deepen one’s understanding of theology as a unified whole whereby it offers Theology of Marriage and the Family as the area of concentration.
There are several particular objectives of the STL program. It seeks to provide an environment where a student has sufficient time to engage in a thorough inquiry into a theological matter. It is structured to grant students the opportunity for personal, direct and accessible advisement in their scholarly investigation. Another goal is to form an academic community of researchers and writers in which each respective thesis writer can take part. Lastly, it hopes to open new avenues of theological interest and inquiry.
First academic degree in Theology (STB, STM, Mag.Theol., MDiv). N.B. If the course of studies of this presupposed degree differs substantially from that of the Institute, the Admissions Committee shall decide what Master level courses of the Institute must be taken to provide a better foundation for Licentiate studies.
For more information on the STL plan of studies please see our Curriculum page.
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