MAC&C - Master of Arts in Christianity & Culture

Statue of Christ the Redeemer with blurred crowd in foregound

Enroll Now and Get Your First Class FREE!

Earn your MAC&C degree 100% online

The Graduate School of Theology at Oklahoma Christian University now offers a new, fully online degree designed to equip participants with learning that goes into all the world. It's the theology degree for every Christian and right now we're offering the first class FREE when you enroll for fall 2019. Whether your ministry involves leading, teaching, caring, facilitating, or consoling, our Master of Arts in Christianity and Culture empowers ministry at the intersections of biblical texts, Christian communities, and the cultures we inhabit. By the way, all faculty who teach in the program hold Ph.D.'s and have been specially trained and certified to teach in the online learning environment by the Online Learning Consortium.


Speak truth into today’s culture

The MAC&C degree at Oklahoma Christian University is made up of twelve courses (36 credit hours) that you can take completely online from wherever in the world you may be. Through nine core courses, you will explore how the Bible has been read and interpreted throughout history, how it has been presented in more modern times, and what the Old and New Testaments have to say about how God’s people interact with the cultures surrounding them.

Three elective courses allow you to explore the interplay of Christianity and culture through science, literature, ethics, and more.

In the MAC&C degree program, you will be part of a cohort of students that will progress through the program together, allowing you to form meaningful relationships with your online classmates.  Each course is just eight weeks, allowing you to focus on the subject material for just one class at a time. As you finish one course, the next will begin. All twelve courses will be completed in two years.

To be considered for admission to OC’s Graduate School of Theology, you must have a completed bachelor’s degree (or are about to complete a bachelor’s degree) from a regionally accredited university with a 3.0 cumulative GPA.

Questions about the Master of Arts in Christianity & Culture?
Call Greg Gillham at 405.425.5478 or email