Degree Program and Course Information
Master of Divinity
The Master of Divinity is a professional program of study designed to prepare individuals for pastoral and other gospel ministries.
The Master of Divinity curriculum emphasizes the implications of the gospel on society as it seeks to prepare students for ministering in a secular culture. Built on a strong biblical and theological foundation, it emphasizes both academic excellence and on-the-job training. To facilitate this total development, students are encouraged to be involved regularly in a local church under the oversight of that churchís governing board. Students are urged to be involved in and exposed to as many ministry opportunities as possible.
Academic Requirements for Admission: A bachelorís degree from an accredited institution or the educational equivalent is required. Transfer students must take their final 24 credit hours at New Geneva.
Academic Requirements for Completion: The Master of Divinity program requires completion of 99 credit hours. The program may be completed in three years, but the normal length of study is four years. A student must earn a grade of "C" or better in every course and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) to graduate. Upon successful completion, the student is awarded the Master of Divinity degree.
Degree Program Courses