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Master of Arts in Spirituality

Bellarmine University and the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (LPTS) offer a unique Master of Arts in Spirituality degree. The program features ecumenical collaboration, an international study component, and integrated seminars. It is designed to be attractive to students of all Christian faiths who hunger for a deeper sense of spirituality as well as to serve the needs of students seeking professional development.

Many of our students are also planning careers as spiritual directors, social workers or clinical pastoral educators. Some have served in the legal profession or volunteer their time to do social justice work. Some LPTS Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Family Therapy students choose to participate in the Master of Arts in Spirituality to earn a dual degree.

And some have discovered a call to ministry.

The Master of Arts in Spirituality benefits all of these and more.

Faculty

Gregory K. Hillis, Ph.D., Program Director
2001 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY 40205
502.272.3800
800.274.4723
email

Bellarmine University Faculty
Gregory K. Hillis, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
The Rev. Glenn Hinson, Ph.D., Adjunct (email)
The Rev. Elizabeth L. Hinson-Hasty, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
The Rev. George A. Kilcourse, Ph.D. (email)
J. Milburn Thompson, Ph.D. (email)

Bellarmine Faculty Profiles

Louisville Seminary Faculty
Carol J. Cook, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
The Rev. Christopher Elwood, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
Susan Garrett, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
The Rev. David Hester, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
Alexander Hwang, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
Kathryn Johnson, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
The Rev. Dianne Reistroffer, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)
The Rev. J. Bradley Wigger, Ph.D. (Bio and contact info)

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