|Programs of Study
Two graduate-level programs are offered by the Seminary: the Master of Divinity (M.Div.) degree through the joint program with St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, and the Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Armenian Christian Studies.
There are nine areas of study: Classical Armenian (CA), Church History (CH), Armenian Patristics (PA), Liturgy (LI), Liturgical Music (LM), Practicum (PR), Biblical Studies (BS), Church and Society (CS), and General Studies (GS).
|Admissions and Application Procedures
|Faculty & Staff
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary is an educational institution of the Armenian Church. As a community devoted to theological inquiry in the service of the Church, the Seminary seeks to prepare men and women for leadership in ordained and lay ministries through graduate degree and continuing education programs. The Seminary is committed to assisting the Armenian Church in achieving her challenging mission in North America in particular and in the English-speaking world in general. In this endeavor the mission of St. Nersess is invariably related to the mission of the Armenian Church in edifying the faithful spiritually and intellectually, by explicating her distinctive expression of the Apostolic faith with relevance for the present.