What can you do with an MDiv or MTS degree?

HDS graduates go on to a wide variety of professions and vocations, including ordained and lay ministry; chaplaincy; higher education teaching and research; public and private secondary education; community development, advocacy, and human services; management and consulting—especially nonprofit; public policy, law, conflict resolution, and mediation; arts, publishing, communications, and media. The training HDS students receive in both the Master of Divinity (MDiv) and Master of Theological Studies (MTS) programs is meant to prepare graduates for important work across many different fields. More detail: MDiv FAQs.