The School of Theology offers opportunities for both full-time and part-time postgraduate study, with a range of programmes available. Opportunities for study and research include the three main areas of Theology: biblical studies, Christian thought and history, and practical theology.
Students entering the programmes for the MTheol and PhD join a community of theological scholarship with a strong focus on Contextual Theology, as well as a broad range of theological interests and expertise.
Find out more about postgraduate programmes in Theology.
Research students in the School of Theology meet every month with each other and with members of staff for a research seminar and meal. They are also encouraged to present their research at conferences in New Zealand and abroad, and to seek opportunities for publication.
A complete list of masters and doctoral theses undertaken in Theology can be accessed from The University of Auckland Theses and Dissertations database.
Read more about research being conducted by our current PhD candidates .
All students intending to pursue postgraduate study must consult the Graduate Adviser.
For more information on resources and scholarships available to postgraduate students please visit the Faculty of Arts Postgraduate pages.