Our programs are continually monitored, evaluated and improved so that we can offer you the very best in education and formation. Students at Huron begin their studies with a wide variety of experiences. What all members of the community have in common is the desire to know God more deeply, to serve others, to grow intellectually and mature spiritually. You would be welcomed into our community of prayer and study with the hope that, in a very short time, you might call us home.
Quick Comparison of Huron's Theology Degrees
Current Timetable, Course Descriptions
Official Academic Calendar, 2017-18
Orientation Handbook, 2017-18
MDiv Application Package pdf (see Application Steps below for instructions)
Special Student/Letter of Permission Student application pdf (see Taking Courses without Degree, below, for instructions)
Due Date for Applications for the MDiv degree:
Special Students & Letter of Permission (Visiting) Students
From Area I: Biblical Studies--Old Testament, New Testament, and related studies
(Those who began the degree prior to September 2014 may substitute Biblical Studies 5112a/b and 5114a/b for 5120a/b and the half-course elective in Hebrew Bible)
(what courses are in Area IV?)
Faculty of Theology Calendar here.
The Rule has been created primarily as a means to support the formation of MDiv students. It is completely voluntary and is provided for guidance and support.
Rule of Life (PDF document)
The Faculty of Theology recognizes, and strongly supports, the primacy of academic freedom as articulated in the following policy: