Master of Divinity with MJS Concentration
The Master of Divinity is the three-year professional degree for ordained ministry. As the recognized degree for ministry, it is designed with the intentional integration of biblical, theological, historical, and practices of ministry studies with supervised ministry experience. The Messianic Jewish Studies program is particularly designed to equip candidates for full-time ministry as congregational leaders in a Messianic Jewish context, but also provides the professional training for evangelists, chaplains, missionaries, congregational associates, and leaders in other ministry organizations.
Prerequisite: One year of Biblical Language
Biblical Studies: 30 Quarter Hours
Theological/Historical Studies: 24 Quarter Hours
Practices of Ministry Studies: 39 Quarter Hours
Resource Studies: 6 Quarter Hours
Supervised Ministry: 9 Quarter Hours
Open Electives: 30 Quarter Hours
Total Requirements: 138 Quarter Hours
Before candidates for the Master of Divinity program are graduated, they must successfully complete a minimum 138 quarter hours of coursework including all required courses with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. They will have successfully completed the professional assessment requirements in Supervised Ministry, filed their application for graduation by the February preceding the June graduation, fulfilled their financial obligations to the school, and participated in the graduation ceremonies.
•Graduate Degree Programs require a minimum of 45 quarter hours in onground classes. Undergraduate and Certificate Programs do not carry that requirement.