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St. Stephen's College

St Stephen's College is a graduate school founded by The United Church of Canada and an Affiliated College of The University of Alberta. For the past century, St Stephen's has been recognized not only for its commitment to academic excellence, but also for its creative and non-traditional styles of learning: we value flexibility, innovation, collegiality, self-directed learning, and the integration of the arts with theology. An Act to Incorporate St Stephen’s College (April 27, 1927; amended 1968) authorizes St Stephen’s College to confer degrees in theology. The College also offers undergraduate and graduate University of Alberta credit courses, through the Faculty of Arts. This community page contains theses from 2011 to the current year; you may contact the College (st.stephens@ualbert.ca) to access theses written prior to that date.
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  1. Department of Theological Studies (St. Stephen's College)

    Title: Department of Theological Studies (St. Stephen's College)
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    Description: The Master of Theological Studies (MTS) is a gateway program in the theological disciplines, broadly understood, which may be taken either as a stand-alone degree, or to lay the foundation for further, advanced theological study.
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  2. Department of Advanced Degrees (St. Stephen's College)

    Title: Department of Advanced Degrees (St. Stephen's College)
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    Description: The Doctor of Ministry program strives to be a diverse spiritual and interdisciplinary community that serves as a catalyst for transformational learning and integrative development. The program understands ministry with a broad and inclusive perspective.
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  3. Department of Psychotherapy and Spirituality (St. Stephen's College)

    Title: Department of Psychotherapy and Spirituality (St. Stephen's College)
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    Description: The Master of Psychotherapy and Spirituality (MPS) program develops professional counsellors and psychotherapists who are well grounded in the integration of psychological and spiritual knowledge as a holistic foundation for effective therapeutic practice. Students may choose to specialize in Art Therapy, an evolving professional field that engages the healing process through creativity.
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