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Denver Seminary is a graduate level theological school that prepares men and women to engage the needs of the world with the redemptive power of the gospel and the life-changing truth of Scripture.
Under the leadership of our outstanding faculty, we have assembled a nationally recognized curriculum that emphasizes the integration of solid biblical scholarship, penetrating theological reflection, authentic relationships and community, and genuine compassion for the lost.
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Select a degree program
For those interested in continuing their education and for those interested in seminary classes but not a seminary degree, Denver Seminary offers several Graduate Certificates (30 credit hours) and Certificates of Completion (10 credit hours).
Master of Arts
The Master of Arts (M.A.) programs are designed for students who are pursuing careers other than full time ministry or teaching. Many professionals earn the M.A. to become better apologists and deepen their faith. Denver Seminary's M.A. programs are designed for specialized personnel in the areas of leadership, administration, and counseling; teachers; Christian leaders and missionaries in non-clergy roles; college-trained lay people; students planning to pursue doctoral-level study; and much more. (62 credit hours) learn more...
Master of Divinity
While the Master of Divinity (M.Div.) degree is the standard ministerial program to prepare you for ordination, the depth and breadth of the M.Div. also equips you for a large variery of church, parachurch and missions vocations. If your vocational direction is unclear, pursuing an M.Div. is an excellent way to discover God's will for your life. Denver Seminary's professors and our training and mentoring program are committed to helping you discern your spiritual gifts, passions and calling. (97 credit hours) learn more...
Doctor of Ministry
Our Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) program features a nationally recognized, revolutionary leadership paradigm that approaches the development of leaders from a completely new perspective. The Leadership paradigm is "what to do" rather than "how to do": the program equips you with a strategy for accomplishing results using your own and your co-workers' giftings, focusing on the job that needs to be done rather than your personal strengths or weaknesses. In other words, we challenge you to ask "How can I use what I've got?" rather than "How can I be what I'm not?" learn more...
Transferring Students - If you are a student wanting to transfer Master's level credits to Denver Seminary, please contact the for information about this process. Advanced Standing Credit is also available for qualified students - view the policy to see if you qualify.
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