This program is for those who want to change the world.
It’s for those who desire to be a part of a community of students, professors, activists, humanitarians, theologians and individuals committed to learning and to changing our world.
Your classmates will be NGO workers and ministry professionals. Your professors will be global thinkers and activists. Your community will be from all over the world. Your discussion will not be confined to the walls of a classroom; your voice will join hundreds of others to speak truth, love and beauty to a world in need and longing for a voice of positive transformation.
While I have worked in church settings for some years, this has been my first formal theological study and I have enjoyed it much. It has stretched my thinking and faith—but, more significantly, it has deepened me spiritually.
NATHAN BROWN, AUSTRALIA M.A. IN SOCIAL JUSTICE
WHAT IS A Master of Arts in Social Justice?
Master of Arts in Social Justice
A Master of Social Justice enlightens from a theological framework as a fundamental character component from the heart of God for those lost and forgotten in the margins of our culture. You will be studying and discussing topics such as:
• Immigration • Government Advocacy • Criminal Justice System • Women’s Empowerment • Race & Equality • Non-Profit Development • War Ethics & Reconciliation • Human Trafficking
The First Program Taught Exclusively By Faculty Of Color
The Voices Track: Masters Of Social Justice
The Voices Track is for voices of color, and particularly African Americans, to come to the table: connect to history, share their wisdom, collaborate as bridge builders which many of them are, and affect culture in their communities from a larger platform. It’s for those that can’t stand by as injustice hits them in the face. It’s for those who desire to be a part of a community of individuals committed to learning and to transforming the global community.
Kilns has helped me grow by providing me insight on how to approach conversations in regards to the Church and how it has affected and contributed to each cultural moment; including our current age, and the role the Church plays in it.
LAUREN CANALES, USA M.A. IN THEOLOGY, ARTS & CULTURE
WHAT IS A Master of Arts in THEOLOGY, ARTS & CULTURE?
Master of Arts in Theology, Arts & Culture
Designed around a theological core accompanied with offerings in philosophy, art, science and history, students are enabled to engage in discussions involving the intellectual tradition of Western culture and the world.
I truly enjoy the inspirational, faithful and professional lectures, the lively and genuine interactions between teachers and students and the helpful course mates in our online learning discussion forums. It has stretched my understanding and grown my faith.
WEN-JU YANG, HONG KONG M.A. IN INNOVATION & LEADERSHIP
WHAT IS A Master of Arts in Innovation & Leadership?
Master of Arts in Innovation & Leadership
Students learn how to unleash their God-given creativity and to shape a visionary and progressive leadership mindset. Leaders are trained to influence and shape a better world through agile leadership skills and design thinking.
Kilns college offers online graduate degrees and certificates that equip leaders in theology and restorative justice. Founded on a theology of reconciliation, Kilns provides affordable programs that can be accessed from anywhere in the world. With diverse faculty and a creative model of learning, Kilns creates an environment for growth that offers many different options and voices to sharpens and unite leaders in their justice journey.