Exegetical Studies, M.Div. Online
With Grace Seminary’s MDiv online, you will be trained to meet today’s most prevalent ministry needs and build a bridge to meet the ministry needs of tomorrow. The Exegetical Studies concentration is a good fit for those students who desire advanced biblical language education.
What makes our MDiv online program different from other online offerings? With Grace Theological Seminary’s online MDiv, you will . . .
- Receive instruction from the same highly acclaimed professors teaching our residential courses.
- Engage in a dynamic, high-definition video and an easy-to-navigate learning platform.
- Have the same affordable tuition as our MDiv residential program.
- Have access to seven unique MDiv concentrations that will help match your studies to your current area of ministry or ministry interest.
The Masters of Divinity Online in Exegetical Studies program develops your skill in Biblical Exegesis. Advanced courses in Biblical Greek language, Biblical Hebrew, and Old and New Testament Research are required for the exegetical studies concentration. The exegetical degree prepares you for a lifetime of preaching and teaching God’s word, whether in the church or in higher education. Graduates of the program can go on to pursue teaching in a church, teaching in higher education, or going into Bible translation.
The MDiv online degree program provides an optimal curriculum in graduate theological studies to prepare men and women for various ministry roles. The three-year program requires 75 hours of study.
Students called to various forms of ministry that focus on the teaching and application of Scripture, whether within the local church or other ministry contexts.
Opportunities for you to employ the careful study and faithful teaching of God’s Word
Pastor/Director of Discipleship
Bible Teacher (High School, Parachurch Ministries)
Content producer for a denomination, parachurch ministry, or publishing house
Editor for a publishing house
Professor (this degree can be a precursor to Ph.D studies)
This course investigates the biblical and personal foundations of spiritual growth known theologically as sanctification.
This course combines both theory and practice. It introduces a functional methodology of organizing and developing the elements of a sermon.
Further exegetical study of portions of the Old Testament including wisdom literature and poetry, designed to show theological, expository, and practical values
An exegetical study of selected portions of the Hebrew Old Testament in the original language designed to show its theological, expository, and practical values.
This course examines further the exegetical study of selected portions of the Greek New Testament