Master of Divinity

The Master of Divinity is a 90-credit hour program designed to give men and women extensive training to be professionally prepared for the work of the ministry. Some students will use this degree as the foundation for entering a doctoral program.

  • Advanced Hermeneutics (3)
  • Old Testament Introduction I (3)
  • Old Testament Introduction II (3)
  • New Testament Introduction I (3)
  • New Testament Introduction II (3)
  • Intermediate Greek I (3)
  • Intermediate Greek II (3)
  • New Testament Exegesis course (3)
  • Hebrew I (3)
  • Hebrew II (3)
  • Ministry Finance and Business Management (3)
  • History and Philosophy of Education (3)
  • Advanced Sermon Development (3)
  • Theology I (3)
  • Theology II (3)
  • Theology III (3)
  • Theology IV (3)
  • Biblical Apologetics (3)
  • Dispensationalism (3)
  • Church History (3)
  • Introduction to Biblical Ethics (3)
  • Biblical Leadership in the 21st Century (3)
  • Research and Writing (3)
  • Independent Theological Research (3)
  1. Most graduate classes are offered in eight-week modules.
  2. All courses are offered online. Students may design their program to suit their needs, taking some, none, or all of their courses online or on campus.