The Master of Divinity program is for training and fostering qualified Christian ministers, pastors, missionaries, and Bible teachers to proclaim, spread, and teach biblical truth.MASTER OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELING (M.C.C.) – 64 Credits
To prepare, train and foster competent Christian and professional counselors to provide high quality and effective counseling services necessary to diverse constituents.MASTER OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (M.R.E.) – 64 Credits
The Master of Religious Education program is for training and fostering experts in Christian education to realize and contribute to Education Dei (the education of God).MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.) – 60 Credits
- WITH CONCENTRATION ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
- WITH CONCENTRATION ON MANAGEMENT
The degree of Master of Business Administration, which attracts people from a wide range of academic disciplines, is designed for the professionals who want to further their knowledge and career potential in today’s dynamic and competitive business climate.DOCTOR OF MINISTRY PROGRAM (D.MIN.) – 36 Credits
The Doctor of Ministry program is designed to provide the highest professional education in various areas of ministry for the students who are successfully engaged in ministry.DOCTOR IN CLINICAL PASTORAL COUNSELING (D.C.P.C.) – 42 Credits
The DCPC Program is intended to provide counseling knowledge and skills grounded in biblical principles at its highest level to equip those who desire to reach people effectively to bring healing and restoration in God’s people. It is designed to raise leadership and scholarship among Christian counselors and prepare them to serve in churches and other faith-based organizations as well as secular places of practice to make meaningful contributions. The program provides doctoral students with advanced theories and clinical skills for counseling practice as well as knowledge required to carry out scholarly research. The program leading to the DCPC degree consists of a minimum of 42 semester credits beyond a master’s degree, 8 semester credits of an internship, a candidacy examination, and a quantitative or qualitative dissertation.