Moravian Theological Seminary
- Master of Divinity
- Master of Arts in Chaplaincy
- Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling
- Master of Arts in Theological Studies
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- Master of Divinity & Master of Social Work
- Master of Divinity & Master of Arts in Theological Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Biblical Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Formative Spirituality
- Graduate Certificate in Spiritual Direction
- Graduate Certificate in Spiritual Direction Intensive
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Moravian Theological Seminary reserves the right, at any time, to discontinue or restructure any courses, programs, or degrees set forth in this catalog.
Unless otherwise specified, students follow the requirements in the catalog in effect when they first matriculate at Moravian (when they take their first class), not the catalog in effect at the time of inquiry, application, or acceptance to the College. Updates, revisions, and corrections to the catalog will be posted as necessary.
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