Baptist Bible Seminary Doctoral Programs
The doctoral degree you earn at Baptist Bible Seminary is fully accredited, conveniently structured and saturated with sound theology.
With web-enhanced doctoral programs, you’ll earn your degree in a convenient and flexible format—whenever and wherever you choose.
You’ll earn an academically rigorous advanced degree that combines biblical truth, contemporary best practices and practically applicable skills. Choose from two terminal degrees with multiple concentrations, allowing you to study in the program that will be an immediate benefit to your specific ministry and professional goals.
Doctoral Degree Programs
You’ll be prepared for ministry leadership and academic research through deep and practical study. The 32-credit-hour Master of Theology parallels the core of the first half of the Doctor of Philosophy. You will develop a greater proficiency in a selected area of Bible knowledge which can smoothly transition into completing the Doctor of Philosophy.
With 30 credit hours and three concentrations from which to choose, the Doctor of Ministry is built on a strong theological foundation and focuses on the exposition, communication, and ministry of God’s Word in and through various aspects of local church ministry, global ministry, counseling and educational ministries. It is directed toward the professional who wants to develop further and excel in ministry.
Earn your terminal, advanced professional ministry degree, giving you the ability to engage in thorough research and writing. If you aspire to teach in higher education, work internationally as an academic leader or missionary educator or serve as a pastor with a strong teaching ministry, this 60-credit degree will help you reach your goals.
Learn from Exceptional Professors
You’ll learn under Baptist Bible Seminary faculty members who are passionate about helping you prepare theologically with an effective ministry mindset. These professors not only bring a high level of scholarship and the highest academic credentials; each one also has significant experience in churches and ministry settings.
Murphy Memorial Library
Through the Murphy Memorial Library, you’ll have online access to approximately 16,000 journal titles and 8,000 full-text titles to help with your research and studies. On campus resources include approximately 100,000 volumes, 250 print subscriptions, CDs, videos, DVDs and microfilm.