Biblical Studies Scholarship

NEW Biblical Studies Scholarship

Through the generosity of a grant from the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Inc. and the Catholic Biblical Association, the Neuhoff School of Ministry will offer a full scholarship for a Master of Theological Studies - Biblical Theology degree in order to respond to the pressing need for well-educated instructors for Spanish language programs and to expand biblical literacy among Spanish speakers in the Dallas-Ft.Worth area.

Read more about the grant award here > United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Scholarship Requirements:

  • Must have a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited University (or the equivalent as confirmed by transcript evaluation). 
  • Must be bilingual (English & Spanish).
  • Must be fully accepted to the Neuhoff School of Ministry Master of Theological Studies program
  • Must be willing and able to complete the degree program in two (2) years.
  • Must maintain a 3.5 GPA throughout the degree program. 
  • In exchange for the full scholarship, the selected student must teach for two years in the Neuhoff School of Ministry Escuela Biblica Catolica in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area.

To Apply:

Applicants must be accepted into the NSOM graduate program and submit the scholarship application, no later than July 31st, 2018!

 

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