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Master of Divinity

The Master of Divinity is a professional degree designed to train men and women who are qualified to serve God as pastors, Christian educators, and leaders in other areas of Christian ministry. These are three major course tracks: Biblical Studies, Christian Education, and Pastoral Counseling.

Applicants to the program must hold a Bachelor’s degree from a DECS recognized college or universities with a grade point of at least 2.0 (or 80 to 84%).

MDiv. in Biblical Studies

Master of Divinity in Biblical Studies This major is designed to provide a solid biblical and theological foundation for the person who plans to enter pastoral church ministries or as Christian workers in training institutes. It is highly recommended that students who desire to pursue post-graduate studies take this major study. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR …

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MDiv. in Intercultural Studies

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MDiv. in Christian Education

Master of Divinity in Christian Education This major seeks to train those who anticipate a vocational ministry in a Christian Education context. It helps prepare graduates to take leadership positions in ministry to children, youth and adults, as well as in Christian school administration. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR

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MDiv. in Pastoral Counseling

Master of Divinity in Pastoral Counseling This major is designed for those interested in Christian counseling service, either in pastoral ministry or other ministry related setting. It provides a solid biblical foundation in counseling and helps graduates to counsel people of different age groups effectively in a variety of ministry setting. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR …

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