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Master of Science, Holistic Theology (M.Sc. HT) Degree
Curriculum Outline

Upon successful completion of the Bachelors Degree program, the student may enter the Masters program.

Beyond the standard course study work, a Masters Thesis Project of 5,000 words minimum is also required. Topic will be selected by the student and must be approved by the university.

The Masters Degree program is research-based and may be adapted to fit your specific interests in the field.

Total Credit Hours: 60


Common Masters Degree Program Questions

Q. What is the curriculum for the Masters degree?

A. The M.Sc. HT Degree program is built upon research-based study. Masters degree students design their curriculum in partnership with UHT Professors. Degree work involves required reading and written assignments, followed by preparation and submission of the Master's Thesis proposal for review and acceptance. The Master's Thesis is the final project of the degree requirements.

Q. Is there a set-schedule or time-limit for the Masters Degree Program?

A. The UHT Masters degree program is a self-paced study format. The student works through their studies, research and writing at their own pace. There is no set time-period or study-schedule for master's degree work. In general, students should strive to complete their degree work within 18-months. Those who are able to work more quickly may finish sooner.


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University of Holistic Theology (UHT) is approved by the Commission for Independent Education, Independent Colleges and Universities, Non-Secular Division, Florida Department of Education (by annual affadavit review) as a Religious-Exempt institution.

The institution offers only educational programs that prepare students for religious vocations as ministers, professionals, or laypersons in the categories of ministry, counseling, theology, education, administration, music, fine arts, media communications, or social work. ( Florida Statute 1005(1)(f)(2).

University of Holistic Theology is an Institutional Member of the Florida Distance Learning Association (FDLA), an affiliate of the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA)

University of Holistic Theology holds Organizational Membership in the American Holistic Health Association (AHHA)

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