The SBC Graduate School of Liturgy aims to contribute to the formation and training of the personnel for liturgical ministry and education in the Philippine Church. Through its Master of Arts program, the SBC Graduate School of Liturgy aims to form and train professors of liturgy, liturgy formators, directors of liturgical committees, and parish liturgy coordinators. The doctoral program seeks to enhance the candidates’ ability to handle liturgical matters, issues, and questions in all pertinent aspects—historical, theological, celebrative, and pastoral—for teaching, ministry, and research.
With its corps of professors and mentors who are holders of licentiate and doctoral degrees in Sacred Liturgy mostly from the Pontifical Institute of Liturgy in Rome, GSL is the only graduate level school of liturgy in the country with masteral and doctoral programs in liturgy. It offers a two-track MA program consisting of an academic MA degree (MA in Liturgy) which requires a thesis with a minimum of 80 pages, and a professional (non-thesis) MA degree (MA in Liturgical Studies) which requires a research/project paper of at least 50 pages.