Academic Programs

Degree Programs

Master of Divinity (MDiv)

  • Requires 30 courses
  • May be completed entirely at the regional campus
  • Prepares students for full-time, professional ministry
  • Students may transfer courses between programs, allowing for flexibility and exploration

This degree is a comprehensive graduate program covering a wide range of general and specialized subjects, designed to prepare students for full-time service in the church of Jesus Christ.

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MA in Theology (MAT)

  • Requires 20 courses
  • May be completed entirely at the regional campus
  • Students can choose particular interest areas to emphasize like biblical studies, theology and arts, hispanic studies and many others
  • Includes courses in biblical studies, church history or theology, practical theology
  • No language requirement, though available

This degree prepares students for leadership in a wide range of vocations by cultivating skills in the study and interpretation of Scripture. It enables students to fashion a systematic theological framework, and develop an understanding of the origin and growth of the Christian tradition in all its richness and diversity.

MAT Degree Overview >

MA in Theology and Ministry (MATM)

  • Requires 20 courses
  • May be completed entirely at the regional campus
  • Includes courses in a wide variety of subject areas

This degree is designed for people who wish to develop a deeper biblical and theological understanding, spiritual formation, and cultural literacy for ministry in church, parachurch or nonprofit organizations, and other vocational settings.

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MA in Intercultural Studies (MAICS)

  • Requires 20 courses
  • May be completed entirely at the regional campus
  • Includes courses in biblical and theological studies, missiology, and cross-cultural ministry
  • Students complete a practicum in a cross-cultural ministry setting

This degree is intended for students with varied levels of cross-cultural exposure, and emphasizes both scholarship and praxis. MAICS students gain the foundational skills to pursue further studies or research opportunities, or to work in cross-cultural settings within the United States and around the world.

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Certificate Programs

Certificate of Christian Studies

  • Requires 6 courses
  • May be completed entirely at the regional campus or online
  • Integrative essay at the end of the program
  • Stand alone program or an entry point into a degree (courses easily transfer)

This degree prepares men and women called to non-ordained leadership roles with a graduate theological education. It seeks to develop lay leaders both theologically and practically, providing an opportunity for those who are currently in service to enhance their ministry and leadership skills.

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