MASTER'S PROGRAMS » Master of Divinity

Overview

Baptist Bible Seminary's Master of Divinity program is a professional ministry degree that prepares men for Christian leadership through a biblically rich and theologically firm education.

Nine concentrations are available to choose from to customize your education to your ministry goals. The M.Div program balances the core curriculum of Greek, Hebrew, theology, Bible, and church leadership with specialty courses and first-hand experience for maximum practicality and excellence in ministry.

Concentrations are tailored to your interests and ministry focus with the help of academic advisors and veteran professors. Each concentration includes an 18-credit hour, one-year paid internship, giving you immediate ministry experience. The internship hones your leadership skills in a tangible, sound, and practical teaching environment.

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CONCENTRATIONS INCLUDE:

Church Education
Church Planting
Global Ministry
Military Chaplaincy
Outreach Pastor
Pastoral Counseling
Pastoral Leadership
Worship Ministries Leadership
Youth Pastor

FLEXIBLE, AFFORDABLE

Powerful scholarships and grants make your seminary education affordable. A discount on the internship tuition cuts the cost of your last 18 credits in half. The Training Timothys Scholarship works with your church to reduce your bill by more than half.

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The program may be completed through on-campus weekly classes and one- and two-week modules. Online distance learning provides a flexible learning schedule for men involved in full-time ministry or facing challenges in relocating. With the exception of the 18-credit internship, all M.Div. coursework may be completed through online classes. On-campus housing is available for married and single students.

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A free copy of the Logos Scholars Library program is provided by BBS for new M.Div. students who are full-time in their first semester of study at BBS. They must have applied before the semester deadlines. Fall applicants must apply by May 1 to qualify and spring applicants must apply by December 1 to qualify. The valuable software program is beneficial for biblical research and is required for all M.Div. students at BBS.

Learn more about LOGOS here.