20 Jul Master of Divinity

Master of Divinity

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Completion Time: 4 Years
Credit Hours: 91
Tuition: $1,620 per 3-credit hour course
Registration Adminstrator: charlotteadmissions@gordonconwell.edu

Class Description

The Master of Divinity. is Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s central degree, and assists students in meeting ordination requirements within their denomination or church body. The purpose of the degree is to provide leadership for the worldwide church by educating women and men in the classic disciplines of theological training: language competency, biblical exegesis, theological constructs, historical perspective, and ministry skills. With specialized concentrations for Pastoral Ministry, Christian Leadership, Ministry Practitioner, or Pastoral Care & Counseling, students receive excellent academic training and practical ministry skills while building a solid foundation in multiple disciplines that enhances proficiency in serving the Lord and others. The adult education model of the Charlotte campus, with digital, weekend, weeknight, web-enhanced, and intensive course formats, addresses expands access to graduate theological studies for students located anywhere in the world.


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