General Studies, M.Div. Online
With Grace Seminary’s M.Div. online, you will be trained to meet today’s most prevalent ministry needs and build a bridge to meet the ministry needs of tomorrow. This M.Div. degree in General Studies is flexible and prepares you for ministry in a variety vocations.
What makes our M.Div, online program different from other online offerings? With Grace Theological Seminary’s online M.Div., 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 M.Div. residential program.
- Have access to seven unique M.Div. concentrations that will help match your studies to your current area of ministry or ministry interest.
Students seeking preparation for general ministry, particularly roles that include responsibility for the theological and administrative leadership of a local church in the United States, are encouraged to pursue the MDiv with a general studies concentration. This flexible degree allows you to customize your master’s in divinity to match your ministry goals. Practical field experience is built into the requirements of the degree to ensure students learn hands-on ministry skills.
The Master of Divinity degree program provides an optimal curriculum in graduate theological study to prepare men and women for various ministry roles. The three-year program requires 75 hours of study.
Perfect for students seeking preparation for general ministry, particularly roles that include responsibility for the theological and administrative leadership of a local church.
Through reading and writing, pastoral interviews, you will learn about: servant leadership, mentoring, visionary leadership, and leading as a change agent.
This course investigates the biblical and personal foundations of spiritual growth known theologically as sanctification.
This course will examine Scriptural truths and principles along with a biblical theory of personality.
This course will take an in-depth look at prayer as God’s means of leading and strengthening faithful servants for His work among Christians and non-Christians of this age.
Building on a foundation of basic orthodox systematic theology, students will explore the issues that create tensions within a theological system.