Master of Theology Online
The Master of Theology (MTh) program is a 30-credit hour program of graduate theological and ministerial training. The program seeks to prepare Christian ministers for effective kingdom service through the church for the world.
MTh Program Vision
To produce world changers for Jesus Christ. Persons who are . . .
- Passionately Evangelical: Whose message is the love of God in Christ Jesus
- Rooted in the Biblical Story: Who know the power of the Word of God in a person’s life
- Church-Connected: Who know that Jesus created the church to serve as his hands and feet in the world
- Servant Leaders: Who know the greatest power in the world is to serve others in the name of Christ
- Spiritual Entrepreneurs: Who discover people’s spiritual needs and find creative ways to meet them
- Partners in an Enduring Fellowship: Who forge brotherhoods and sisterhoods for friendship and partnership in the gospel
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Master of Theology Program Details
The Master of Theology online program is designed for full-time and part-time students, either those preparing to enter vocational ministry or those already serving as ministers. It consists of studies in the traditional areas of Christian clergy education with an 18-hour emphasis in one of three areas:
- Pastoral leadership
- Biblical studies
- Theological studies
Prospective students are required to complete 18-credit hours of undergraduate Christian Studies prerequisites before entering the MTh program. Applicants lacking the prerequisites can meet this requirement by taking these courses entirely online through the School of Theology.
The Master of Theology program consists of 30 total hours, including 18-hours of core courses.
Students must meet the admission requirements set forth by the Graduate Studies Program at Campbellsville, as well as the following:
- Philosophy of Ministry essay (2-3 pages)
- Two letters of reference: one from an academician and one from a minister
- Personal interview with the Dean of the School of Theology (main campus) or Director of Louisville Education Center (Louisville)
*Conditional admission for one semester may be granted by the Dean of the School of Theology for students meeting most of the requirements so they may complete what is lacking.
*Applicants may transfer a total of 12 hours graduate Christian Studies credit hours from regionally accredited graduate degree programs if the courses match content of required seminars or are accepted as “elective” courses; academic coursework offered for transfer credit must carry a grade of “B” or better.