Program Overview

Baptist Missionary Association - Theological Seminary offers students the opportunity to earn a Master of Arts in Church Ministries. The M.A.C.M. degree program is comprised of 60 credit hours and can be completed through an innovative hybrid learning format. The program is available to busy professionals through on campus and online courses, allowing students to fulfill personal goals and professional obligations.

Graduate students can use the advanced education to enter leadership or supervision positions within a congregation or ministry. The courses are divided into essential learning concepts and will build on knowledge students already possess. This program will focus on topics such as: Biblical Studies, Theological-Historical Studies, Church Ministries, and Christian Education. A student may choose to focus their Masters education by selecting elective courses to best suit aspirations of church ministry in concentrations of education, missions, pastoral counseling, youth, evangelism, and discipleship.

Successful students can use the M.A.C.M. degree to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of ministerial duties, support fellow educators and pastors in biblical and theological communication, and further professional studies as a Christian minister. The Church Ministries program will prepare graduates for many dynamic opportunities in current or future careers as Ministers of Christian Education and Youths, Campus Minister, Pastor or Associate Pastor, Missionary or Pastoral Counselor.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Master

    Delivery Format: Hybrid

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools,

    Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges

    Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

    School Overview

    In 1950, the Baptist Missionary Association of America took the first steps to form a national seminary and ground was broken in 1956. By 1957, the first students enrolled in the Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary. The seminary has continually expanded, adding degree programs, extending the campus, and preparing students for Christian outreach. 

    The distance learning campus awards both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Programs include master's, bachelor's and associate's degrees, as well as diplomas and certificates. Students enrolling in the graduate degree programs complete independent study and online coursework in conjunction with residence requirements. Undergraduate online classes are delivered via downloadable Adobe.pdfs and students complete assignments from home.


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