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Fuller is uniquely positioned with two schools maintaining a high level of research in psychology, mission, and theology. Students have the opportunity to learn from and be shaped by these three crucial perspectives, even as each school continues to strengthen its distinct contribution.
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SCHOOL OF MISSION AND THEOLOGY
- Study with theologians and missiologists who are influential and renowned in their disciplines
- Engage in study and research closely linked to practical application
- Be stretched through study that is both scholastically rigorous and biblically grounded
School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy
- Learn from scholars and practitioners who integrate faith through all their teaching
- Access extensive training opportunities with close faculty supervision
- Participate in leading research unmatched across Christian programs
SHOULD I STUDY ONLINE OR ON CAMPUS?
Whether you choose to study online or on campus in Pasadena, Houston, or Phoenix, Fuller remains committed to providing world-class transformative learning. Some programs may be fully available online. Learn more about Fuller’s commitment to online education and what you will need to successfully complete your degree online.
How to Choose an Online Theology Degree
Online programs have major differences, and this guide helps you discern which is best for you.
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Fall 2022 MA in Justice and Advocacy Cohort Application Deadline
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Experience the Fuller Community
"The Fuller experience, as I have learned, is one of mutual enrichment – learning from others as they learn from you. A saying that you will often hear around Fuller is that our professors do not tell you what to believe, as much as they help train you how to believe. In this way, Fuller—in light of the witness and wisdom of Scripture—works to integrate your doctrinal notions with the way you actually live in the world.
As a part of the Fuller community, you get to squarely face the challenges that the fields of theology, intercultural studies, and psychology must address for today’s church and world. I am certain that a Fuller education will not give you all of the answers, but I am confident it will form you into a lifelong learner who asks the right questions." - Max Wedel, Alumnus