The Harvard Divinity School was founded in 1816, making it one of Harvard’s oldest schools. The school is non-sectarian and is not affiliated with any religious organization or church. There are over 40 religious denominations represented at the school.
- Master of Theological Studies
- Master of Divinity
- Master of Theology
- Doctor of Theology
Much of the experience within the Harvard Divinity School takes place outside the classroom. Students can take advantage of the religious and cultural experiences within Cambridge, Boston, and Somerville and often report that they mature in their personal faith while learning a lot about other faith. The diverse culture and spiritually charged atmosphere leads to a strong sense of community. Even if you don’t consider yourself a highly religious individual, you may enjoy courses within this program.