Campbellsville University offers a Master of Theology program online. The program is designed to prepare Christian ministers for effective service through the church for the world through theological and ministerial training. Students gain skills that will teach them to be passionately evangelical, rooted in the biblical story, church-connected, servant leaders, spiritual entrepreneurs, and partners in an enduring fellowship. There are three areas of emphasis available for this degree: biblical studies, pastoral leadership, and theology. Biblical Studies explores the history and interpretation of the Bible; Pastoral Leadership explores the ministry of proclamation and worship, pastoral ministries, evangelism, and leadership development while helping you learn to accomplish things within a church or ministry setting; and Theological Studies is a combination of church history and contemporary theological discussion.
Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
Eighteen undergraduate hours in Christian studies OR a master’s degree OR applicable graduate courses
If undergraduate overall GPA is below 3.0, either GRE (Graduate Record Exam) OR MAT (Miller Analogy Test)
Philosophy of ministry essay (two to three pages)
Two reference letters (one from an academician and one from a ministry mentor)
Interview with the dean of the school of theology
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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