The Graduate School of Theology is committed to equip leaders for the Hispanic church of the 21st century. With such focus in view, the school provides Hispanic students a graduate theological education in a linguistic and cultural dynamic that enhances the richness of the Hispanic worldview in the context of mainstream American culture.
The Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies/M.A.P.S. (60 units) and the Master of Divinity/M.Div. (90 units) programs are offered in a bilingual setting, and all classes are taught in the Spanish or English language. Hispanics who have a greater grasp of one language will be able to choose the language and class context. Those who understand both languages may take the bilingual approach and gain an expanded worldview that will enhance their witness in church leadership. Enrique Zone, Ed.D., is director of the Hispanic Program. For information, call (626) 815-5448.