The program focuses primarily on the needs of the Diocese of Columbus for lay pastoral associates, directors of parish schools of religion, youth ministers, high school religion teachers and campus ministers.
- Small class sizes: four to eight students on average.
- Classes meet once a week, every two weeks, during Fall and Spring terms; and one evening a week for eight consecutive weeks during Summer.
- Option to take one or two courses each semester.
View the admissions requirements and begin the application process today.
Courses & Requirements
Read the course requirements and descriptions for the thesis and non-thesis options.
Outcomes & Careers
With your degree, you can teach at the high school level and above, work in the Diocese, and more.
Ohio Dominican's Theology master's program draws together women and men from various professions who have a desire to enter into a deep theological and spiritual journey in an academic setting. The program offers courses in the evening, which allows flexibility for those with families and full-time employment.
Prior to graduating, students who are completing their Master of Arts in Theology at ODU present individual thesis work to faculty, administrators, family and friends.
Pictured left to right: advisor, Dr. David Belcastro, Charlie Atkins, Cathryn O’Connell, Elizabeth Gleason, and Diane LeMay, from the presentation that took place on Dec. 11, 2017.
Are you an active member of your Diocese?
Then you may be eligible for a 25% tuition discount.
Contact the Office of Graduate Admissions for details at (614) 251-4615 or email@example.com
Full-Time Theology Faculty
Madden, Leo H.
Associate Professor & Department Head
Wehrle Hall, Room 201
View Full Bio
- S.T.B., Pontifical Gregorian University
- S.S.L., Pontifical Biblical Institute
- S.T.D., Pontifical Gregorian University
- B.S.F.S., Georgetown University