Anglican Studies at RTS

We are pleased to offer RTS students the opportunity to complete specialized coursework in Anglican Studies through the Anglican School of Ministry (ASM).  Students with a desire to pursue ordination within the Anglican tradition or simply become more familiar with their Anglican brethren are welcome to complete up to 15 credit-hours through ASM and receive advanced standing with credit in the Master of Divinity degree at RTS. 

Eligible ASM courses:
THE 601 Theology of the Articles of Religion (3 credits)
THE 603 History of Anglicanism (3 credits)
THE 606 Sacramental Theology (3 credits)
MIN 502 History and Practice of Anglican Polity (3 credits)
MIN 601 Anglican Worship (3 credits)

These courses are eligible for advanced standing with credit as:
THE 601 = Elective credit (3 credits)
THE 603 = HT504 History II (3 credits)
THE 606 = Elective credit (3 credits)
MIN 502 = Elective credit (3 credits) OR PT520 Church Polity (1 credit) and Elective credit (2 credits)
MIN 601 = PT526 Worship (3 credits)

If you would like more information on this specialized track or supplementing your degree program with one or more of these classes, please contact:
Prospective students: Matt Koehn, Director of Admissions
Current students: Jonathan Stuckert, Director of Student Services 

As a multi-denominational seminary we are pleased to offer denominational emphasis tracks within our degree programs to serve our students who may require more specialized coursework for ordination or simply desire to become more familiar with their own, or another, Christian tradition.  For example, our Orlando campus offers a specialized track in Baptist Studies through the Nicole Institute of Baptist Studies and our Atlanta campus offers a specialized track in Anglican Studies through the Anglican School of Ministry.  Students at any RTS campus with a desire to complete coursework in Baptist or Anglican studies are free to take advantage of these opportunities.