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Student Resources

The Director of Graduate Programs of the Divinity School, Dr. Warren Trenchard, assists graduate students in choosing the programs best suited to their career objectives, in designing their programs curricula, and in selecting their courses each term. You may contact Dr. Trenchard here.

Ms. Kylie Corrigan, Graduate Enrollment Counselor, will assist you in the application, enrollment, and registration processes. To connect her, click here.

  • Even if you have not yet applied and been accepted to one of the graduate programs in the Divinity School, you may contact Dr. Warren Trenchard, Director, Graduate Programs, to discuss which program is best suited for your needs and aspirations and to design a potential course of studies.
  • After you have been accepted to one of the graduate programs, you should make an appointment to talk to Dr.  Trenchard.
  • Before you register for courses each quarter, you should confer with Dr. Trenchard on your progress to date and your course plans for the new term. While Dr. Trenchard will help you with this, you are ultimately responsible for completing all the requirements of your program.
  • The Divinity School offers most graduate courses only once every two years. Therefore, it is vital that you take the required courses when they are offered. Click here to visit the page that lists the graduate courses in religion offered during the current academic year. There you will find required and elective courses identified for the MDiv and MA programs. The basic rule of advising is for you to register in a given quarter for any listed required course in your program that you have not yet taken.
  • If you have room for additional courses, you may register for elective courses. However, you should not exceed the number of elective units for your program. Otherwise, you will complete your program with more units and greater expense than necessary.
  • Students in the MA programs are assigned a small faculty committee who will determine their specific course and graduation requirements; who will create, administer, and evaluate their comprehensive exam and any required language exams; and who will supervise their thesis, if they choose to write one.

Students preparing for ministry have many opportunities to put what they learn in classes into practice in various ministry settings. The Divinity School fosters the integration of learning and service and provides options to achieve this goal.

For more information about the internship program, please contact us!

Contact and Location

divinity@lasierra.edu
951.785.2041
La Sierra Hall, Room 205

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