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The Graduate School of Theology and Ministry seeks to inspire and equip students for pastoral ministry, leadership, scholarship, and service.
The Graduate School of Theology and Ministry seeks to inspire and equip students for pastoral ministry, leadership, scholarship, and service. Students from a wide range of denominations and traditions are invited into a community of scholars and passionate educators who are committed to the life of the church, experienced in mission and service, and accomplished in research and publication.
A baccalaureate degree from a recognized university or college with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (‘B’).
30 credit hours
A minimum of 60 credit hours
Core requirements—30 credit hours in the following areas
Bible – 12 credit hours (minimum 3 ch of Old Testament and 3 credit hours of New Testament)
Theology and History of Christianity – 12 credit hours (minimum 3 credit hours in each area)
Practical Theology – 3 credit hours
Methodology – 3 credit hours
Electives—as required to reach a total of 60 credit hours