The Iliff School of Theology and The Episcopal Church in Colorado have joined to provide a specific component of the Master of Divinity degree in Anglican Studies.
In general, the basic requirements for the MDIV degree are required along with additional courses specifically designed for ministries in the Episcopal Church (including lay ministry). With the permission of the Commission on Ministry and the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese, the classes may be used in the preparation for ordination in the Episcopal Church. The eight required courses are offered on a two-year rotation. Some of these courses can include:
- English Reformation and Background
- Anglican Spirituality
- Readings in Anglican Theology
- Anglican Communion: Polity, the Episcopal Church and Canon Law
- Anglican Liturgy I
- Anglican Liturgy II
- Anglican Spiritual Formation
- Anglican Pastoral Formation
For more information on this concentration within the Masters of Divinity program, or as a Graduate Certificate, please contact Greg Robbins, head of Anglican Studies at Iliff at (303) 744-1287.