06 Apr Master of Divinity

Master of Divinity

United Theological Seminary
Completion Time: 3 - 4 years
Credit Hours: 78
Tuition: $730 per Credit Hour

33% On Campus
67% Online

Registration Adminstrator: admissions@united.edu

Class Description

The Master of Divinity prepares students to enter ministry as ordained religious leaders or as lay professional ministers. United’s program emphasizes bible, theology, ethics, evangelism, preaching and worship, ministry formation, church history, pastoral care and church renewal. It meets the requirements for ordination in most major Protestant denominations.

Comprehensive in academic focus and process, the Master of Divinity program includes rigorous coursework in both academic and practical disciplines, along with the intentional worship and community life necessary for personal and professional development in ministry. United offers concentrations in Biblical Interpretation, Preaching, Wesleyan and Methodist Studies, Pastoral Care, Charismatic Studies, Ministry Leadership and Church Planting.


the latest course offerings

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Passionately Christian, Compassionately Interfaith

Religions are intimately connected in our ever-shrinking world. We need to be both deeply formed by Christian sources and broadly informed by interreligious resources to engage this world with confide…

Theology of Wesley and Methodism

This course focuses on John Wesley’s life and the development of his theology in the context of the emerging Methodist movement during the eighteenth century; on developments and modifications of his…

Pastoral Ethics

Prepares students for the ethical challenges they will face as pastors and leaders in congregations, communities, and denominations. The course is designed to address leadership development and the co…

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