Byzantine Catholic Seminary

Overview of Byzantine Catholic Seminary

Byzantine Catholic Seminary is in Pittsburgh, PA. Pittsburgh is a large city. The school is classified as a Other Religion college. Byzantine Catholic Seminary is a private, not-for-profit institution. The school issues awards (degrees) up to the level of Master's degree.

Areas of Study

Byzantine Catholic Seminary tries to provide students with lots of choices, and does not tend to focus on only a few programs of study. Fields of study in vogue at the school include religion and philosophy.

Byzantine Catholic Seminary Selectivity

Not all applicants to Byzantine Catholic Seminary are accepted.


The schools' faculty/student ratio of superior to most.

Student Body

Approximately 10 students study at Byzantine Catholic Seminary (in 2007-2008). Many of the students at the school are in their forties, or even older. Byzantine Catholic Seminary is essentially a male school.

Student Life

The school offers a real campus feel. Byzantine Catholic Seminary makes housing available to a large share of its students. Students at the school can take advantage of the school's meal plans.

The school reports its educational mission is:
"The Byzantine Catholic Seminary of Saints Cyril and Methodius responds to the evangelical mission of Jesus Christ. Its primary purpose is the spiritual, intellectual, pastoral and personal formation of candidates for ordained ministry in the Byzantine Catholic Church. It also serves as a center of learning for the Byzantine Catholic Churches in North America.As the only free standing, English speaking, Byzantine Catholic Theological Seminary in North America, this center of learning embraces those seeking academic and pastoral formation to serve as deacons, theologians, catechists, and cantors. The Seminary also seeks to make graduate level theological studies in the Byzantine Catholic tradition available to those interested in teaching, research and advanced study. The Seminary likewise supports other educational and formational programs to serve Byzantine Catholic Churches and the wider community."

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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