The M.Div./Theological Studies provides a solid academic preparation for postgraduate studies in biblical studies and theology. Students in the program benefit from the deep immersion in biblical studies and biblical languages, and theological and historical studies. The program also emphasizes developing research and teaching skills in consultation with a faculty mentor.
Where Do They Go? MBS M.Div./TS graduates go on to study at leading postgraduate programs in biblical and theological studies.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Dallas Theological Seminary
Durham University, England
St. Andrew’s University, Scotland
Curriculum. The program includes a total of 94 units concentrated in biblical and theological studies. The program also includes training in the practical issues of teaching and development of student learning strategies, and a teaching practicum. Download the university catalog for more information.
Students with a Bible college degree or a major in Bible from a Christian liberal arts college or university may be eligible to waive up to 15 units of course and credit.
Admissions and continuation requirements. Students applying to the program must have a minimum gpa of 3.25 in their bachelors degree, and need to maintain a gpa of 3.5 in order to stay in the program.