Consider the 81 Hour MDIV Advantage

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The Master of Divinity, Midwestern Seminary’s flagship degree, is our primary track for ministry preparation. At 81 hours, the M.Div. offers a complete foundation for full-time ministry leaders, offering all you need for a lifetime of fruitful ministry. Join other students in vibrant Kansas City as you train in a unique collaborative environment focused on the local church. We are developing a new culture of discipleship devoted to the local church and committed to taking God’s unchanging Word into a rapidly changing world.

The Master of Divinity is the central seminary degree for ministry preparation, exposing you to a breadth of pastoral disciplines, depth of biblical knowledge, and a variety of practical skills for ministry in an ever-changing world. This degree is specifically designed for those who have been called by God to gospel ministry in the church. Is that you?

Degree Information

  • MDiv Standard: 81 hour degree
  • 72 hours of core classes
  • 9 hours of electives
  • MDiv with a Concentration: 90+ hours
  • 72 hours of biblical core classes
  • 18+ hours of electives in your given field
  • Designed to be finished in 3-4 years
  • Accredited by both the ATS and HLC-NCA

Types of Classes

Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Greek, Old Testament literature and theology, New Testament literature and theology, Biblical Hermeneutics, Systematic Theology, Church History, Leadership, Preaching, Pastoral Ministry, Counseling, Ethics, Evangelism, Apologetics, and Missions

Concentrations Offered

  • Preaching and Pastoral Ministry
  • Biblical Languages
  • Christian Education
  • Counseling
  • Church Planting
  • International Church Planting
  • Leadership
  • Worship Ministries
  • Youth Ministry

Ready to take the next step?

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We would also like to offer you a free download of our latest eBook from Midwestern Seminary and For The Church resources, For the Church: A Collection of Essays by Dr. Jason K. Allen.