Hartford Seminary

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THE LEADER IN GRADUATE INTERFAITH EDUCATION

Our Master of Arts in Religious Studies is now available in a fully online format in addition to our on-campus and hybrid options.


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AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT POPULATION OF MANY FAITHS

Our educational environment offers the opportunity to learn outside the classroom as well as in it.

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ADAPT TO A RAPIDLY CHANGING RELIGIOUS LANDSCAPE

Our degree programs, seminars and workshops draw on our expert faculty and the latest research.

Deepen your own faith while exploring the faiths of others.

We offer degree programs, graduate certificates and leadership certificates. Explore our website to learn more.

 

News & Events

General News

Dr. Albakri Ahmad of Singapore Visits Hartford Seminary

December 15, 2017

General News

Hartford Seminary Plans Trip to Morocco

December 14, 2017

Faculty News

Video: Professor Yahya Michot Delivers Lecture on ISIS

December 14, 2017

Alumni News

At Hartford Seminary, Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum Learned to Make...

December 13, 2017

Events

Keeping Faith: Three Sisters of Story

February 12, 2018

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Online Learning

Our Master of Arts in Religious Studies can be earned online as well as on campus, or as a combination of the two.

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Presidential Search

President Heidi Hadsell has announced her plan to retire after the 2017-18 academic year. The search for a new president is under way.

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Prepare to Become a Chaplain

Our Islamic Chaplaincy Program was the first accredited in the U.S. We’re on the forefront of Christian-Muslim relations.

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Explore our Doctor of Ministry

Our D.Min. draws on the tradition of congregational studies pioneered by the Hartford Institute for Religion Research.

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Did you know...

Hartford Seminary’s Duncan Black Macdonald Center is the oldest center for the study of Christian-Muslim relations in the country.

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In 1889, the Board of Trustees voted unanimously to admit female students, and in so doing, became the first seminary in America to open its doors to women.

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Our Islamic Chaplaincy program was the first to be accredited in the United States.

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In the early twentieth century, Hartford Theological Seminary became a founding member of the American Association of Theological Schools.

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