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New Master of Divinity Tracks and Scholarships

We are pleased to announce a new opportunity for incoming Winter 2021 Master of Divinity (MDiv) students to focus their studies through one of our new MDiv tracks. Students can dive deeper into courses that align with their educational and vocational goals through tracks such as Biblical Studies, Leadership in Times of Change, and Pastoral Counseling. 

Biblical Studies
Students will deepen their ability to interpret and use Scripture through courses such as: Critical Issues in Matthew and Food, Famine, and Feasting in the Old Testament. Students who wish to pursue a career in Christian education settings will especially benefit from this track. +Learn More

Leadership in Times of Change
Students will become fully equipped with critical leadership skills to think theologically and lead effectively in times of disruption. Build on your strengths in courses focused on Dynamics of Power & Gender in Leadership and Value-Based Leadership in the New Testament.
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Pastoral Counseling
Students will learn to integrate their Christian faith while bringing healing and wholeness to members of their congregation or community through courses like Family Therapy and Pastoral Counseling and Pastoral Care and Abuse.
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MDiv Program Application Deadline: October 23, 2020

Remember, we are also offering three new scholarships to select incoming Master of Divinity (MDiv) students beginning their studies in Winter 2021.These new scholarships will be offered for a recipient’s first 16 quarters of study, and cover 30% of tuition costs for the first 40 units (units 1-39), 40% of tuition costs for the next 40 units (units 40-79), and 50% of tuition costs for the final 40 units (units 80-120) of the MDiv program.*

*All percentages are approximate

If you would like more information on these scholarships, please use this link.