Clarks Summit University’s online Master’s Degrees are designed with the adult learner in mind. CSU’s course layout and eight-week sessions allow students to earn their Master’s Degree while pursuing what God has for them now. Each class will allow you to engage with your coursework and peers when you decide to allow you the flexibility to control your schedule.
Graduate students will benefit from the core values of CSU’s mission statement as they prepare to either advance within their current employment or transition into a new ministry or career opportunity. Each program’s core provides the framework of higher education for all of our students. This will prepare them for a:
- Life of significant service to Jesus Christ
- Life of strengthening the local church
- Life of influencing and impacting society
Depending on the degree option, students will either pursue studies at Baptist Bible Seminary or at CSU’s Graduate School. Find the degree that interests you and take the next step to apply today!
Master of Divinity
The 94-credit, online Master of Divinity program at Baptist Bible Seminary is a professional ministry degree that prepares men and women for Christian leadership through a biblically rich and theologically firm education.
Eight concentrations are available to choose from to customize your education to your ministry goals. The M.Div program balances the core curriculum of Greek, Hebrew, Theology, Bible, and Church Leadership with specialty courses and first-hand experience for maximum practicality and excellence in ministry.
Concentrations are tailored to your interests and ministry focus with the help of academic advisors and veteran professors. Each concentration includes an 18-credit hour, one-year paid internship, giving you immediate ministry experience. The internship hones your leadership skills in a tangible, sound, and practical teaching environment.
To enter the online Master of Divinity program, a qualified undergraduate degree with a cumulative GPA is required. The previous learning experience will be considered when planning a student’s personal curriculum requirements.
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