Students in the Historical and Theological Studies concentration will receive training from Southern’s elite faculty in both areas of Church History and Systematic Theology studies. The curriculum is designed to qualify graduates to teach in both disciplines. Students will be supervised by a faculty member in either Church History or Systematic Theology and write their dissertation in that field. Students are must decide on a specific area, either Church History or Systematic Theology, when they apply.
Students can be supervised by the following faculty:
Students in the Historical and Theological Studies concentration will take seminars and colloquium on topics in Church History studies such as, Ancient Christianity, the Reformation, and Global Christianity. In the area of Systematic Theology, students will take seminars on topics such as Christology & Atonement, Pneumatology and Ecclesiology, and Modern Theology.
Colloquium and Prospectus Development
Modern Research Languages
Students can prepare for entrance exams by using the study guide found here.