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St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry in Rochester, New York, is a Roman Catholic graduate and professional school that offers three master’s degrees in Theology and a wide range of certificate programs, lectures, workshops, and continuing education courses integrated with the Catholic faith for personal and spiritual development.
The goal of St. Bernard is to produce students for theological scholarship and to serve the Church and society at large through lay ministry and ordained ministry.
Students may take up to four graduate courses without even being enrolled in a graduate degree program or certificate program to see if St. Bernard is right for them.
In addition to a master’s of arts in Theological Studies or Pastoral Worship and a master’s of Divinity, other academics include certificate programs in:
- Youth Ministry
- Catechetical Leadership
- Pastoral Ministry
- Parish Business Management
For men studying for the permanent diaconate, St. Bernard and the Diocese of Rochester offer a four-year program that consists of courses in scripture, theology and pastoral studies, spiritual and formational experiences, and field education.
Students have the option of enrolling part-time or full-time, allowing for a flexible course load. You even have the option of taking evening or online classes, or even auditing a class, which has significantly lower tuition costs.
Scholarships and grants sponsored by St. Bernard’s and the Dioceses of Rochester and Albany are available to qualifying students. Other forms of financial aid include the Federal Family Education Loan Program as well as veterans’ assistance.
St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry
120 French Road
Rochester, NY 14618
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Excellent walkability. You do not need a car for this area.
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- Latino: 2%
- African American: 2%
- Caucasian: 96%
- Asian: 1%
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