KANSAS CITY, Mo. (MBTS) – Midwestern Seminary launched the Global Campus earlier this year and is dedicating this week to highlighting the mission and stories of Global Campus and its impact on the church.
The Global Campus is Midwestern Seminary’s newly designed online program for God-called men and women serving in a unique kingdom assignment that currently precludes them from pursuing residential studies.
After announcing the Global Campus, President Jason Allen said, “Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College exists for the church everywhere it gathers and for the kingdom everywhere Christ reigns.”
He continued, “That’s why we’re excited to introduce the Global Campus. Wherever you are, wherever you serve, you can study here as of today.”
With ten new start dates every year, contextualized assignments in each class, and a variety of flexible class formats, the Global Campus offers dozens of degrees available fully online at the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral levels.
Wherever students are called, they can now complete any of Midwestern Seminary’s degree programs however they can: completely online, live over video, attending an event, or in their church.
Students are now able to enroll in the brand-new online courses, which feature high-impact video lessons, contextualized ministry assignments, and digital resources from Midwestern Seminary’s faculty.
To celebrate Global Campus, students who apply with code GLOBALCAMPUS by November 18th will receive a free exclusive MBTS hat. Learn more about Global Campus and this application giveaway here.
One Global Campus alumnus from Davenport, Iowa, Bob Allen, shared about how Global Campus provided “connectivity across conviction and the denomination across the country and around the world” while he completed his degree. You can hear his story below:
To hear more from students about their experience as a Global Campus student at MBTS, click here.