With our main campus in Denver and extension campuses in the Washington DC area and West Texas, Denver Seminary is providing theological education to a broad spectrum of God’s people. Whether you’re already located in one of these areas or looking to relocate for seminary, our locations provide various degree and program delivery options that will allow you to pursue your calling.
Denver Seminary’s main campus is in a prime location in the Denver Metro area. It sits just above the historic South Platte River and has spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains from almost every window and bench on campus. With fifteen concentrations to choose from in the Master of Divinity program, thirteen MA programs to choose from, and various certificate programs, you’re sure to find a program that fits your ministry and career goals. Click here to learn more about our programs.
Washington DC Extension Campus
Denver Seminary's Washington DC campus brings seminary education to working adults in the Washington DC area.
Through flexible online and on campus blended delivery of full programs, students can stay in their jobs while earning a master of divinity, master of arts in leadership, or a graduate certificate in biblical and theological studies.
Classes are offered at the Ministry Center of First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Landover, Maryland just off the Beltway and accessible to millions of people up and down the North/South corridor.
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West Texas Extension Campus
In the Fall of 2015, the new West Texas campus will begin offering classes for a master of arts in leadership, a master of arts in counseling ministries, and a graduate certificate in biblical and theological studies at Hillside Christian Church in Amarillo, Texas. This new extension campus brings theological education opportunities that weren’t previously available in west Texas.
Students can complete up to 49% of their coursework in Amarillo. However, the Seminary will petition for the 2016-2017 academic year to allow completion of the entire degree at the West Texas campus!
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