Prospective Graduate Student Weekend is Sept 22-26!
Theology, the arts, and education are the strategic battlegrounds that determine the future of our children, communities, and churches for generations to come.
For this reason, we invite college graduates to visit NSA this September 22–26 to learn how a graduate degree from New Saint Andrews will equip you to shape and strengthen your understanding of these important cultural fronts.
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This year, for the first time, this event coincides with the Wordsmithy Workshop for Writers. Be sure to take advantage of the unique opportunity to find out about our graduate program and to sharpen your writing skills through interaction with award-winning authors!
The M.A. in Theology & Letters is a limited enrollment, academically rigorous, two-year course of graduate studies for those aspiring to be literary theologians and/or theologically informed creative writers and students of literature. The M.A. program thus provides students a unique opportunity to explore both literature and theology and to develop their writing skills with a theological foundation. In addition to courses in theology, literature, and writing workshops, students also enroll in two years of faculty-directed readings in the corpus of C.S. Lewis as a model of the kind of synthesis of story-telling, persuasive writing, literary analysis, and theology sought after in the M.A. degree.
NSA also offers a low-residency graduate program in Classical Christian Studies (CCS), which provides a liberal arts foundation for educators and others preparing for civic, business, church, and educational leadership. The CCS program’s distance education approach provides personalized interaction with faculty at New Saint Andrews.
To learn more about our graduate programs at NSA, click here.
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