May 28, 2018  

Master of Divinity Track 2 MDiv

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MDiv Track 2 program is for students who do not have a Bachelors degree in Theology.  Students who have completed a BA in Theology will need to complete the Track 1 program.

MDiv General Infomation

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Total Credits: 107

Placement Examinations (Optional)

Biblical Literacy Examination - 80% - August
Adventist Heritage Examination - 75%


Interdisciplinary Courses: 15 Credits

All students who do not pass or who opt not to take the Biblical Literacy Entrance Exam, must take GSEM525 - The Bible and Biblical History their first semester in the MDiv program.

Christian Ministry: 26 Credits

Discipleship and Religious Education - 8 Credits

New Testament: 15 Credits

Before registering for New Testament courses, check the course description for Greek Language and/or other course prerequisites. 

Old Testament: 15 Credits

Before registering for Old Testament courses, check the course description for Hebrew Language and/or other course prerequisites.

Theology: 10 Credits

MDiv Concentration Options

Students enrolled in the MDiv program may choose from a number of 12-credit emphases.  Students must apply for an emphasis during the first year of their program.  More specific details may be obtained from each department regarding these areas of emphasis. 

Choosing an emphasis may prolong the length of a student’s  program.  Please consider the possibility of adding a semester to your MDiv program when attempting to complete an emphasis.  Regular master’s tuition is charged for courses taken after an MDiv student has completed their program coursework.   

Christian Ministry Old Testament
African American Ministry   Old Testament  
Chaplaincy   Archaeology & History of Antiquity  
Church Growth and Evangelsim   Jewish Studies  
Church Leadership   Biblical and Cognate Languages  
Pastoral Care   (Ancient Near Eastern)
Church History Theology and Christian Philosophy
Church History   Christian Ethics  
Adventist Studies   Historical Theology  
Church and State   Systematic Theology  
Discipleship and Religious Education World Missions
Campus Spiritual Leadership   Missions Studies  
Discipleship and Biblical Spirituality   Social Work  
Family Life Education    
Youth & Young Adult    
New Testament  
Exegesis and Theology    
Backgrounds and Languages    


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