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What’s New at Iliff

Watch RMPBS documentary “Colorado Voices: A New Chapter” on the “Iliff” book.
Register for the virtual seminary fair with the 13 United Methodist theological schools .
A conversation between Dr. Tink Tinker (wazhazhe/Osage) and Dr. Lisa Dellinger (Chickasaw), Tinker Visiting Professor on “Native American Worldview” – Nov. 9.

See What Students Are Saying

When it comes to finding a school that puts students first, look no further than Iliff School of Theology. Here are a few of the amazing students who found their community at Iliff.


Doctor of Ministry in Prophetic Leadership

The Doctor of Ministry in Prophetic Leadership is designed for leaders with extensive experiences in various contexts who want to further refine their competencies and intersectional leadership skills in the contexts of culturally diverse congregations, organizations, and communities.

Master of Arts in Social Justice and Ethics

The MASJE is a two-year professional degree that helps people engage a complex interdisciplinary analysis of historical and contemporary social change strategies and movements.

Master of Divinity

The M.Div. is a three-year master’s degree that is designed to help people enhance and develop inclusive and justice-oriented ministries in the 21st century. It is the primary degree designed for people pursuing ordained and specialized ministries in congregational, chaplaincy, non-profit and other various contexts. 




Remain in your home community while you study your topics of interest in depth using our interactive online platform on your schedule.


On Campus

Our traditional residential programs allow you to study in Denver on our historic campus in small classes.



Our Journey program is a comprehensive graduate degree that combines the flexibility to stay rooted in your home community and the richness of on-campus learning opportunities.


Dr. Albert Hernández

Dr. Albert Hernández, Associate Professor of the History of Christianity, has over thirty years of experience in different educational settings as an administrator, curriculum developer, and successful change-agent for organizational management systems.

As a scholar and activist, he has addressed local, regional, and national gatherings and religious organizations about the legacies of the Crusades and Medieval Spain for a pluralistic, interreligious post-9/11 world.

His current writing projects and recent classes focus on medical history and spiritual healing; Italian Renaissance humanism after the Black Death; mysticism in the Spanish Reformation; and the history of social justice.