School of Divinity

  • 12.01.2015

School of Divinity

The curriculum of the School is composed mainly of four basic emphases: religious heritage, cultural context, personal and spiritual formation, and capacity for ministerial and public leadership. Through its curriculum program, the School’s graduates are expected to:

  • Be faithful interpreters of the Bible, informed by contemporary biblical scholarship in the area of biblical studies; and of the Christian faith and practice, informed by Reformed-evangelical heritage and history.
  • Be responsible communicators of diverse social and cultural contexts, informed by ethnic/cultural studies from biblical, missionary, and educational perspectives.
  • Be truthful disciples of Christ, regularly practicing spiritual disciplines abd demonstrating spiritual maturity in personal and public realms.
  • Be competent and efficient ministerial leaders in the Church and/or other settings.

Master of Arts in Christian Education

The MACE program is designed to equip and prepare students to become competent leaders in the educational ministries of the churches.

Master of Arts in Mission Studies and World Christianity

The MAMSWC program is designed to integrate studies in academic and practical theology in the area of modern mission studies, with a concentration in either urban or global studies.

Master of Divinity

The M.Div. program is designed to educate and train dedicated Christians who seek to serve as ordained ministers, evangelists, missionaries, and other ministry leaders.

Doctor of Ministry

The D. Min. program is designed to educate experienced ministers who are seeking to enhance their ministries with advanced theological understanding and research.

Doctor of Philosophy in Intercultural Studies

The Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies Program provides tangible, positive leadership for Christian ministries in general, as well as developing creative strategies and solutions to various problems of ministries in a cross-cultural context at home and abroad.