Princeton Theological Seminary currently offers two master’s level degree programs for students wishing to focus part or all of their academic studies on youth ministry. In addition, a doctor of philosophy program in practical theology is available with an emphasis in youth ministry.
- The Master of Arts in Christian Education and Formation (MACEF) is a two-year program including courses in Bible, theology, Church history, and practical theology with an optional track on youth and young adult ministries.
- The Dual Degree Program is a four-year program in which students simultaneously obtain both the Master of Divinity (M.Div.) and the Master of Arts in Christian Education and Formation (MACEF) degrees. Students fulfill all requirements for both degrees over a four-year period.
- The Doctor of Philosophy in Practical Theology (Ph.D.) encourages students with a special interest in youth ministry to focus their work on issues related to youth, church, and culture.
Program details may be found on the Princeton Theological Seminary Admissions website.