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Theology, Bachelor of Arts / Master of Arts

St. John's University Students In Class
141 Credits
St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Queens Campus


Qualified undergraduate students who will have completed 60 credits with a cumulative index of 3.0 overall and a 3.0 index for at least four courses in the major are encouraged to apply to the program.  Admitted students will matriculate for a total of 144 credits, 33 of which will be on the graduate level in accordance with the requirements for the M.A. degree and in consultation with their faculty advisor.

For more information about this dual degree program, please contact:

Christopher Vogt, Ph.D., Chair
Department of Theology and Religious Studies
St. John Hall Room B-26
Queens Campus
(718) 990-1556
[email protected]


Please see the requirement chart for the academic progression criteria in this dual degree program.

General Financial Aid Information

Reflecting our Vincentian Mission, St. John's has a long tradition of bringing a high quality, private education within the financial reach of all our students with opportunities for financial assistance through scholarships, loans, grants and work-study programs. For more information visit our Student Financial Services web site.

Richard Kugelman Scholarship
Named in honor of a former chairperson of the Theology and Religious Studies Department at St. John's, the Kugelman scholarship provides full or partial tuition for highly qualified students interested in Scripture study. Awards are made on a competitive basis and are renewable for the entire program. 

Career Outcomes

In today's rapidly changing world, a background in theology and religious studies is an important component of a well-rounded liberal arts education. Professionals in every walk of life (from the marketplace to the classroom, to the practice of law and medicine) draw on religious values as they make decisions and take actions that have a global impact.

The graduates of our programs are pastors and pastoral ministers, chancery officials and pastoral administrators. They teach in high schools, colleges, seminaries and universities. Many move on to higher studies and doctoral programs. Some are pastoral associates, and liturgical ministers, youth ministers, and directors of religious education in parishes in North America, Europe and Africa.