Second course in the three-course master's project series required for candidates for the Master of Divinity. The master's thesis/project integrates personal and scholarly research through a broad theoretical scope and application. As the culmination of the program, the thesis/project offers evidence of the candidate's ability to analyze and evaluate materials, to write clearly and cogently, and to make a professional presentation to faculty and student peers. Prerequisites:MDT 596 and permission of the program director. Notes: This course may incur a fee in addition to tuition. Graded Pass/No Pass only. Cross-listed as PMT 597 for candidates in the applied pastoral theology program. 4 crs.
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