Hartford Seminary is a theological college located in Hartford, Connecticut. Founded in 1833, the seminary aims to serve God through the development of the leadership capabilities of male and female religious leaders regardless of denomination so that ultimately the communities in which these leaders live and work will stand to be benefited.
As a theological college, Hartford Seminary offers courses through its three academic centers: The Center for Faith in Practice, Hartford Institute for Religion Research, and The Duncan Black MacDonald Center for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations. There are degree programs that help students to understand their faith and religious traditions and to accept and respect the faith and traditions of others as well. Through their courses, they learn to relate to the changing nature of realities in the modern world.
The seminary also has a Master of Arts degree program, a Doctor of Ministry program, an International, Ph.D program and a Professional Ministries study program. The intensive programs all aim to provide religious leaders with a deeper understanding of their faith and equips them with skills and know-how that will help them to adapt their beliefs to the needs of the communities they serve in the face of the challenges of the changing times.
Cost of attendance at Hartford Seminary is made up of the tuition and the total required fees. For the Master of Arts program and the Doctor of Ministry program the tuition cost is US$1,680 per 3-credit course plus fees. For the International Ph.D. program the total cost of attendance for a full year is US$16,230 plus fees.
For more information about admissions, financial aid or online learning opportunities such as distance education degree programs and online classes, please contact Hartford Seminary.