Master of Divinity

Introduction

The PURPOSE of the Master of Divinity program is to offer core and advanced graduate-level education for professional ministry leadership.

The MDiv curriculum integrates an in-depth study of the Bible
with the standard historical, theological and practical disciplines critical to developing professional skills for ministry in the 21st century.

The Bible Seminary's Master of Divinity (MDiv) program includes 28 courses (84-credit hours) designed to teach all 66 books of the Bible over a 3-year course of study. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will receive a Master of Divinity degree. The program is available for FULL-TIME students (registered for 9 or more credit hours per semester) and PART-TIME students. Auditing may be available for some courses on a limited basis.

Program Objectives

TBS MDiv Objectives include the following:

  1. To equip students with in-depth background and content knowledge of all 66 biblical books.
  2. To expose students to the major theological concepts and doctrines.
  3. To teach students the major personalities and events of church history.
  4. To prepare students for success in ministry and/or doctoral studies.
  5. To expose students to a wide array of ministerial duties.
  6. To enable students to maintain a healthy balance between family and ministry.
  7. To equip students to use the original biblical languages in their preaching and teaching.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the TBS MDiv program will possess the following competencies:

  1. The student will demonstrate a mastery of the background and content of all 66 biblical books.
  2. The student will demonstrate mastery of major theological concepts and doctrines.
  3. The student will demonstrate mastery of the major personalities and events of church history.
  4. The student will demonstrate a preparation for success in ministry and/or doctoral studies.
  5. The student will demonstrate mastery of a wide array of ministerial duties.
  6. The student will demonstrate a healthy balance between family and ministry.
  7. The student will demonstrate competency in Hebrew and Greek.

Frequency of Offering

At least some courses required for the MDiv program are offered every fall and spring semester on the main campus, and some core courses are also offered at various remote instructional locations. See the Academic Calendar for specific times and availabilities.

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"They read from the book of the Law of God, making it clear and giving the meaning so that the people could understand what was being read."
- Nehemiah 8:8

MISSION
The Bible Seminary exists to glorify God by training Christian believers in a context of biblical community in all 66 books of the Bible so that they can serve the local church and fulfill the Great Commission by the power of God’s Spirit.
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