One of the University’s foundational values, at the core of its Jesuit identity, is a faith that does justice. Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry (STM) represents over 17 religious traditions, including partnerships with Reformed, Protestant, Anglican, Unitarian, Roman Catholic and Evangelical faith communities, as well as Jewish and Muslim.
Out of these partnerships and a trusted reputation as educator and leader in interreligious conversations, STM is committed to developing and administering leadership in social justice advocacy and collaborations, including that of the Faith & Family Homelessness Project.
Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry (STM) offers a unique and diverse graduate learning environment that challenges the whole person to professional development, formation and excellence, including:
– a holistic and integrated educational model that brings together academic theology, ministerial skills and spiritual formation;
– an intentionally ecumenical faculty, student body and curriculum;
– a commitment to diversity that fosters the values of personal dignity and mutual respect, and encourages the development of gifts and skills for doing effective ministry within many cultural settings;
– a faith that does justice, promoted through the entire curriculum
STM has been accredited by the Association for Theological Schools (ATS) since 1993, among other esteemed institutions.
– Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership (MATL)
– Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies (MAPS)
– Master of Arts in Transforming Spirituality (MATS)
– Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling (MAPC)
– Master of Divinity (MDiv)
– Transforming Spirituality, Post Master’s Certificate
– Pastoral Counseling, Post Master’s Certificate
– Pastoral Theology, Post Master’s Certificate
– Diaconal Ministry, Certificate of Graduate Studies
– Pastoral Leadership Certificate Program (PLP)
To learn more about the programs of the School of Theology and Ministry, please visit the Prospective Students page of our web site or contact our Student Community and Admissions Coordinator at (206) 296-5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.