Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies
The Masters of Biblical and Theological Studies comes in two delivery modes: Classroom and Online. You are not locked into either of these formats throughout your program and course format may be subject to availability. Course duration will be seven-week terms (online) or fifteen-week semester (seated). You may take up to four courses per term (full-time student), but typically graduate students take one or two courses per term. The reduced schedule allows students to comfortably work and earn their degree at the same time. Online courses meet once a week, at most, via Zoom during the evening hours to alleviate schedule conflicts as much as possible.
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Anderson University offers a wide arrange of courses to fully prepare you for a successful career in ministry. Our seasoned professors understand the challenges facing ministry leaders today and are driven by a desire to see you not only survive but thrive in ministry.
To overview a list of the courses you will be taking in the Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies, visit Anderson University (Course Requirements).
Admissions and Requirements
3 Recommendation Letters
These forms will become available to you during the application process. At least one must be from the pastor/minister of the local church where you are currently a member. If you are the pastor, then it may come from another ministry leader within the church.
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Tuition and Financial Aid
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