Gonzaga University’s Master of Arts in Theology and Leadership program empowers graduates to explore their faith and to lead in their communities. Designed for working professionals, this program combines theological reflection and leadership formation.
You will find answers to our most frequently asked questions below.
For Additional Questions:
Graduate students may transfer credits into the MATL program with the approval of their Department Chair, the Dean of the student’s program and the Registrar’s Office. A maximum of 1/5 of program credits (usually 6 semester credits for graduate level students) may be transferred.
- Course work must be distinctively graduate level and must have been taken within the last five years.
- A minimum grade of a B (P grades must be defined as B or better) must be earned.
- Courses previously applied to a completed degree are not transferable to the student’s current program.
It is important to note that all credits are converted to semester credits and are awarded after signatures have been obtained.
The Course Experience:
The Student Services team is available to answer your questions and connect you to the resources you need. You will also be assigned a faculty advisor to help guide you with your academic goals. You will have access to all of Gonzaga’s resources including:
- Foley Library
- IT Help Desk
- Career Center
- Grad Student Association
- Disability Access
- University Ministry
Scholarships, Tuition Discounts & Reductions:
Tuition is based on the cost of a credit. Gonzaga is committed to keeping this program affordable, currently a credit costs a discounted $735* a credit. The MATL program is 30-credits, with a total tuition cost of $22,050**. Most students finish the program in two years, so the program ends up running approximately $11,025** per year.
*Tuition rates subject to change.
**Does not include additional fees, books or travel for immersions.