Note: Programs offered at MTS–Michigan are distinct from those offered at the Chicago campus of Moody Theological Seminary. For information about those degree programs, visit Moody Theological Seminary.
“Faith seeking understanding” is the classic articulation of the goal of theological education. Moody Theological Seminary and Graduate School–Michigan seeks to accomplish this by emphasizing the interconnections between theological discourse and pastoral practice. The goal is to structure all courses so that theoretical and practical aspects of ministry are integrated.
MTS–Michigan currently offers four Master’s programs:
In addition, MTS–Michigan offers:
Each program is distinct, but has overlapping purposes within the broader theological landscape of the seminary. The MTS–Michigan faculty has adopted a set of expected outcomes for each degree program.
MTS–Michigan offers daytime and evening courses to accommodate the varying schedules of full-time and working adult students. Courses vary each semester, so plan ahead by contacting our admissions office to find out how the course schedule may work for you.
We invite you to learn more about these programs and their respective Academic , Professional and Relational goals.