Overview

Since 1892, Iliff has been on the forefront of graduate theological education. Related to the United Methodist Church, Iliff serves more than 30 denominations and faith traditions. The school is an important place for dialogue and understanding about many of the most important issues that face the world today. As one of the best theological schools in the nation, the school offers a diverse community in a beautiful Denver, Colorado setting that is supportive, challenging, progressive, and enriching for students. Courses are offered on-campus, online, or in hybrid formats.

Degree Programs

  • Master of Divinity (MDIV) – offered on campus and through “Journey” MDIV, a flexible residency option
  • Master of Arts in Social Justice and Ethics (MASJE)
  • Master of Arts in Pastoral and Spiritual Care (MAPSC) – and MAPSC for Military Chaplains
  • Master of Theological Studies (MTS)
  • Master of Arts (MA)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Religious and Theological Studies – Joint PhD Program with the University of Denver (PhD)

Certificate Programs

  • African American Church Studies
  • Anglican Studies
  • Biblical Studies
  • General Theological Studies
  • Justice and Peace Studies
  • Leadership and Organizational Management
  • Military Chaplaincy Ministry
  • Pastoral and Spiritual Care
  • Religion and Social Change
  • United Methodist Studies
  • Gender, Sexuality & Religion