Become a leader in law enforcement, security management, corrections, investigation and loss prevention. Earn your Masters in Criminal Justice Degree from a leading Iowa College. Classes are offered in flexible schedules to fit your needs. Students in Simpson’s MACJ program will develop a greater understanding...

The Master of Divinity (MDiv) prepares leaders for ministry in a church setting, chaplaincy, and other forms of religious leadership. Graduates provide leadership in renewal of the church, demonstrate critical and practical understanding of the Bible, and obtain requirements necessary for ordination.   For more information on...

The RN to BSN program allows registered nurses who have completed an Associate Degree in Nursing to return to school and complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in as little as 12 months. The Institute of Medicine has made recommendations that 80% of...

Whether you plan to serve in a church, para-church, missions, campus ministry, marketplace, or other ministry context, the M.A. in Christian Ministries (MACM) prepares men and women for gospel-centered service wherever God leads. Designed with the working professional in mind, the MACM provides the opportunity...

The M.A. (Religion) (MAR) is designed for students who desire to understand their calling within a more complete theological perspective, so that they may serve more effectively as Christians in the world. The MAR is unique in that the student plays a major role in...

How does theology intersect with today’s culture and society? In the Master of Arts (Christian Thought) (MACT), students explore the theology and history of Christianity, probing tough questions and engaging in thoughtful discussion about the relationship between the Gospel and surrounding culture. Students develop skills...

Through reading and studying the New Testament in Greek, students in the M.A. (New Testament) (MANT) develop a mature understanding of the New Testament within its historical, literary, theological, and canonical contexts. These studies also include a robust understanding of the Hebrew language and Old...

Through reading and studying the Old Testament in Hebrew, students in the M.A. (Old Testament) (MAOT) develop a mature understanding of the Old Testament within its historical, literary, theological, and canonical contexts. Students will also graduate with a robust understanding of the complementary Greek language...

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