At a Glance
Areas of Study
- Church History
- Historical and Systematic Theology
- Systematic Theology
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APU’s theology major equips students to think critically, engage in meaningful discussion, and articulate what they believe and why in order to live a vital faith in a postmodern, pluralistic society. The program provides a solid foundation in the academic study of Christian theology and church history, the doctrines of the ancient and contemporary Church, and the framework for Christian belief. Students learn how to engage in sustained and thoughtful devotion to God and the Gospel.
Advanced theology degree coursework includes apologetics, ethics, and social issues. For students that wish to pursue graduate study or other continued education at a seminary or university, the theology major fosters the discipline, passion, and skills needed.
Meet the Faculty
Rev. Jacquelyn E. Winston, Ph.D., is chair of the Department of Theology and associate professor of church history at Azusa Pacific.
Get to know our theology faculty.
Is the Theology Major Right for You?
You’re a theology major if you:
- Enjoy focused reading and rigorous thinking.
- Enjoy looking for the connections between ideas.
- Want deeper knowledge of the foundations and history of Christianity.
- Want to learn how to explain your faith.
- Want to understand the currents of the life of the Church across time.
Learn more about this major and required courses.