Next month, I’ll hit my one-year graduation anniversary. (Well, technically, this time last year I still had three months of field work to complete, but I walked in graduation all the same.)
Last month, I talked a bit about what the Master of Divinity (or M.Div.) entails, who is a good candidate for this degree, and why it might be useful. This month, I’m expanding a bit more on what you can do with a Master of Divinity once you graduate.
Over the last couple of months, I’ve touched on different types of theology degrees: what they entail, what kind of person should consider them, what benefits they offer, etc. I’ve left one type of degree untouched, until now. It’s the degree I’m earning: the Master of Divinity.