Georgetown College takes great pride in its Christian heritage and the work it has done to prepare future ministers academically. Regent’s Park College was founded, in part, to pursue a similar calling. Regent’s Park specializes in theology and philosophy with theology. This specialization affords those who are interested in theological education a series of special opportunities for extensive study through the partnership between Georgetown College and Regent’s Park.
Whether you are interested in an undergraduate degree in religion or post-graduate theological study or preparation for the ministry, there is a program for you. Please consult the following paragraphs for a brief overview of each program, and the embedded “Program Details” links in each paragraph will open pages which explain the programs in greater depth.
Dual BA/BTh Degree Program
This program allows students to spend three years at Georgetown College and three years at Regent’s Park College in the University of Oxford. After the six years, the student will have a BA in Religion from Georgetown and a BTh (a Bachelor of Theology) from Regent’s Park. In sum, the student will receive two undergraduate degrees, one granted solely by the University of Oxford, in a total of six years. The BTh degree is an undergraduate degree designed mainly for those who are interested in exploring theology in a practical, ministerial context. Read more.
BA in Religion in Preparation for the MTh at Oxford
This program allows students to participate in a specialized version of the general BA in religion degree at Georgetown College as a form of rigorous preparation for the admission requirements for the MTh (Master of Theology) degree at Regent’s Park College in the University of Oxford. The MTh degree is not unlike a standard MDiv degree in the United States, and those who participate in this program at the University of Oxford would be well-trained for the Baptist or general Christian ministry in the United States or abroad. Read more.