Three Fourteen (MTS)

The purpose of the Master of Theological Studies, Three Fourteen, degree program is to provide a basic understanding of theological disciplines for further graduate study or for general educational purposes. The specific nomenclature for this degree program, which is governed by the same standards, has been chosen according to Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s specific purpose in offering the program and it reflects the needs and interests of the students enrolled, students who are seeking a degree with a theological core.

Students graduating with the Master of Theological Studies degree will be able to do the following:
1. Demonstrate increased biblical and theological knowledge
2. Interpret and apply Scripture more effectively using appropriate hermeneutical principles
3. Formulate maturing theological convictions based on Scripture, with due notice of their prior historical development
4. Initiate and maintain a practice of classical spiritual disciplines
5. Develop a Great Commission perspective that finds expression in evangelism, missions, and commitment to local church ministry.

Three Fourteen Course Catalog

  • BS2210 Old Testament Survey I
  • BS2211 Old Testament Survey II
  • BS2310 New Testament Survey I
  • BS2311 New Testament Survey II
  • BS2400 Introduction to Hermeneutics
  • HT3100 History of Christianity I
  • HT3101 History of Christianity II
  • HT3200 Theology I
  • HT3201 Theology II
  • MS7011 Missiology
  • MN5475 Personal Leadership Practicum
  • MN5070 Evangelism and Discipleship Practicum
  • MN5476 Church Leadership Practicum
  • MN5005 Spiritual Formation Practicum
  • HT3245 Theological Formation Practicum