The 75-credit-hour program will be delivered online in an easy-to-navigate learning platform with engaging, high-definition videos. The delivery platform is designed to give students who engage online the same instruction a residential student would receive in the classroom.
In addition, all seven concentrations of the degree will be accessible for Grace M.Div. students who engage online. The concentrations include pastoral studies, general studies, Christian ministry, intercultural studies, exegetical studies, pastoral counseling and chaplaincy. These concentrations allow students to align their studies with their current area of ministry or ministry interests.
“With Grace Seminary’s online M.Div., you will be trained to meet today’s most prevalent ministry needs and build a bridge to meet the ministry needs of tomorrow – all while maintaining fidelity to Scripture,” said Dr. Karla McGehee, director of digital learning at Grace Theological Seminary. “It’s so important to us that our online programs are student focused, ensuring that the virtual learning experience is an extension of our overarching mission to teach, train and transform ministry leaders for Christ and His Church.”
To learn more about the online M.Div. through Grace Theological Seminary, watch the promotional video on Grace College’s YouTube channel, visit seminary.grace.edu
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