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The Master of Divinity (MDiv), Master of Arts (MA), Master of Theology (ThM), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
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106 Credits – 3-4 Years
The Master of Divinity (MDiv) educates and prepares men for official, ordained ministries of instruction and leadership in the church as pastors, evangelists, missionaries, and teachers.
62 Credits – 2-3 Years
The Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling (MABC) is designed to serve the church with biblical, Reformed, and experiential counselors who teach and model the wisdom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
65 Credits – 2-3 Years
The Master of Arts (MA) program educates and prepares the student for service in a teaching capacity. It can be used as a transitional degree to additional graduate studies, particularly a PhD program in religion or theology.
30 Credits – 1.5-2 Years
The Master of Theology (ThM) program expands and deepens a student’s abilities in ministry. It is designed for students who possess a Master of Divinity degree or equivalent to help them take their learning to a higher level.
The Biblical Studies doctoral program offers focused areas of research, including but not limited to...
The Historical Theology doctoral program offers focused areas of research, including but not limited to...
The PhD in Systematic Theology is a doctoral program in systematic theology that trains students to root doctrine in biblical exegesis...
Apply now for Fall of 2021. The DMin at PRTS is a program designed for those who desire to advance their ministry skills...
The Certificate in Systematic Theology is composed of eighteen credits, admission is not contingent on a previously earned degree, and it can be earned in its entirety via our online distance education program.
The Certificate in Historical Theology is composed of eighteen credits, admission is not contingent on a previously earned degree, and it can be earned in its entirety via our online distance education program.
The PRTS distance education program aims to bring the Reformed tradition of biblical, experiential, and Christ-centered theology to as many as are interested, regardless of location.
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