Seattle University, founded in 1891, is dedicated to its mission: To educate the whole person, to professional formation, and to empowering leaders for a just and humane world.
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.
Learn more about Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry: http://www.seattleu.edu/stm/.
- 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)
FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
A note from Colette Casavant,
Student Community and Admissions Coordinator
(206) 296-5333 | email@example.com
On behalf of our admissions team, I would also like to offer you our services as you make this important decision about your graduate education and the school that most appeals to you. I serve as the admissions coordinator, and am available for an email conversation, a phone call, a personal visit, whatever would help you most in discerning if STM is the school that would most effectively meet your spiritual, academic and practical needs.
Other opportunities to learn about STM are our Inquiry Nights and Graduate Programs Open Houses. The more specific event is the Inquiry Night option, at which you can meet a couple of our faculty members in an informal setting and be able to ask them any or all of your questions. At this event, you also are able to meet others like yourself who are interested in graduate studies in theology and hear their questions.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. We look forward to meeting you and having an opportunity to tell you more about the School of Theology and Ministry.