Denver Seminary Degree Programs
Denver Seminary offers a wide variety of degrees in keeping with our vision to prepare men and women to engage the needs of the world with the redemptive power of the gospel in many life vocations. These degrees include a Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, Doctor of Ministry, certificates, and individual online courses. Within each there are many concentrations you can choose from. To peruse these options, click on the degree you are interested in below.
If you're ready for a seminary education that will change your life, so that you can help change the lives of others, we invite you to apply online or contact us to answer any questions you have about the difference a Denver Seminary master's level education can make.
Equipping You for Ministry
Through an integrated learning approach that emphasizes intense bible study, personal growth and leadership in Ministry, Denver Seminary is about more than just learning -- we're about helping transform you and engaging the needs of the world with the redemptive power of the gospel and the life-changing truth of Scripture.
Denver Seminary offers a vibrant evangelical community in which you're free to do your own thinking within the limits laid down by Scripture. We encourage personal growth through dedicated time and environments for spiritual formation with the help of faculty and mentors chosen specifically for your needs.
What is Denver Seminary's Philosophy of Ministry?
One of our professors expresses our philosophy of ministry well: "Leadership in ministry is a lifelong spiritual journey of pastors [and other ministry leaders] who grow in godliness and in their knowledge of self, others, and the work of God in their circumstances. Excellent ministry requires growth in being and doing as well as in knowing." We believe that this growth requires feedback and time -- time to develop not only in your ministry competencies but also in your character, and to become a self-directed lifelong learner.
What is Denver Seminary's Teaching Philosophy?
Denver Seminary specializes in teaching the philosophy and theology of ministry as well as its methodology, which changes with culture and technological advances. Denver Seminary students learn to intentionally design ministries relevant to the local contexts in which they serve.
Denver is also unique in its integration of the biblical studies department with the homiletics (preaching and exegesis) department. Whereas many seminaries separate the study of Greek and Hebrew from that of preaching, you'll learn to apply the ancient truths of the original texts to the modern world.