• • • Graduate Programs • • •

The Institute currently offers
two Graduate Programs

Master of Theological Studies

The Master of Theological Studies is intended for students who have previously completed an undergraduate Biblical degree. The MTS program assumes a deep familiarity in the Bible and its original languages. As opposed to programs that begin with theological lens and then attempt to read the Bible deductively, this program takes an inductive approach that starts with the Bible and further builds the student's theology. Students will learn and collectively dialogue about contemporary theology, philosophy, ethics and biblical theology.

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Master of Community Development

This program is designed for the missionary who desires to further his or her understanding of global issues related to mission work, having already obtained an undergraduate Community Development degree. The program immerses the student into an in-depth study of anthropology, sociology and psychology as a means for understanding the culture and customs of the world’s peoples. The student will be given the skills necessary to become an effective missionary through both practical and theological courses. The student will complete a comprehensive Philosophy of Mission paper as a final project. Upon completion, the student can expect to affect the society where he or she lives at the highest level. This program is a third world community development program in cross-cultural anthropological research.

See Detailed Course Information here.

Or download the current Institute Catalog here.