Preparation to Live Your Calling

Midwestern trains men and women for the church. We accomplish this with a robust academic experience that emphasizes programs, degrees and classes that will teach, grow and enrich students for the church every minute of their classroom time.

Our faculty boasts degrees from schools such as the University of Aberdeen, University of Edinburgh, and Cambridge to Southern Seminary, Southwestern Seminary, Southeastern Seminary, New Orleans Seminary, Golden Gate Seminary as well as Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Hebrew Union College and more. Beyond excellent educational backgrounds, our esteemed professors care for each student on an individual basis, providing a personal experience for each. Their experience as pastors, missionaries and denominational leaders gives students preparing for ministry a special opportunity to learn from men and women who have gone before them.

All faculty publicly sign the Baptist Faith and Message 2000, signifying their commitment to confessional and doctrinal fidelity as they teach at Midwestern.

Programs of Study

Master’s Programs

Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary offers the Master of Divinity degree as our primary track for ministry preparation. It equips students to serve the church in pastoral ministry, Christian leadership, evangelism, missions and more. Our residential Master of Arts degrees train students theologically and are designed primarily for lay leaders and those seeking additional specialized training. Students also have the chance to participate in the Midwestern Training Network, a flexible option that includes both online classes and field practicums in their area of emphasis.

Bachelor’s Programs

Midwestern College exists to prepare and equip students as they grow in their understanding of the Word of God. Students in the undergraduate programs at Midwestern College have the incredible opportunity to study under esteemed faculty members and to learn alongside students at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
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