Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Theology (Online)
Integrating theology with a practical approach focused on the Bible, spirituality, culture, and ethics, Loyola University New Orleans offers a 100% online Bachelor of Theology and Ministry degree. Designed to shape compassionate, faithful leaders, the BA in Ministry and Theology emphasizes real-world implications to prepare graduates to serve their communities effectively. Coursework for the online theology degree promotes a broad vision of ministry as practiced in church settings and beyond, wherever people of faith live and work.
Online Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Theology Curriculum
Flexible online courses taught by experts.
Leveraging the experience and wisdom of Loyola’s faculty and fellow classmates, students in the online ministry degree become reflective in their faith and qualified to serve in a variety of leadership positions within parishes, schools, and diocesan offices, or in the fields of business, law, healthcare, criminal justice, government, counseling, teaching, non-profit, or public sector work.
Bachelor of arts in ministry and theology
Loyola's online ministry and theology degree consists of 120 credit hours, which includes:
- 30 credits of Major courses
- 36 credits of Loyola Core courses
- 54 credits of General Elective courses
Check out the University Bulletin to view further curriculum information about Loyola's online theology degree and download a degree worksheet.
Online Open House
Join us via Zoom on Tuesday, April 20th at 7:00PM where we will discuss the Loyola Institute for Ministry online programs, the application process, tuition, and financial aid.
Virtual Lecture Series
Join us for a free online lecture series that explores the demands of Pope Francis's call to create a culture of encounter with special attention to racial justice.
What can you do with a theology degree?
discover your full potential.
Loyola’s 100% online theology degree program will prepare you for advanced studies, such as the Master of Pastoral Studies or the Master of Religious Education, or to enter the workforce in a wide range of careers, including:
- Youth Leader
- Social and Community Service Manager
- Director of Development
- Non-profit Administrator
- Parish Coordinator