Fuller Seminary has served churches and ministry organizations in Colorado since the 1960s, when we launched a theological training partnership with Young Life. That legacy of collaboration continues today as we shape our graduate programs to meet the needs of students working in a dynamic range of ministries and organizations.
Course offerings at the Colorado campus are designed to flex to your schedule. Four master’s degree programs—the MDiv, MA in Theology, MA in Theology and Ministry, and MA in Intercultural Studies—are available to you here in the Hybrid Plus format, in which you complete most of your study online with just a few weeks spent on campus over the course of your program. Cohort courses for the MAGL, DMiss, and partnership programs are also hosted at our campus.
Whatever your program, you’ll find a diverse learning community of students here exploring vocational callings in the local church, nonprofits, the marketplace, and a spectrum of other contexts. Embracing Fuller’s rich tradition of academic rigor, spiritual enrichment, thoughtful cultural engagement, and pioneering spirit, Fuller Colorado offers you a stimulating theological environment that’s shaped by innovation, creativity, and a renewed emphasis on your spiritual and vocational formation.