Empowering and Equipping Christian Leaders
Denver Seminary is a graduate-level school of theology empowering and equipping leaders to engage the needs of the world. Our Washington DC Campus serves working adults with a flexible, affordable education in a supportive learning community so you can be empowered for ministry and transformed by God.
What Makes Denver Seminary’s DC Campus Unique?
Innovative Academic Delivery: Allows students to remain in their full-time position and study, leveraging the best of online education with flexible weekend scheduling.
Next Generation Online Courses: Courses are designed for active learning, student-to-faculty engagement, student-to-student engagement, and student-to-world engagement. These classes are designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your student-to-faculty engagement around your work schedule.
Intimacy of a Smaller Student Body: Students get to know their fellow seminarians and work together through mutual support and encouragement.
Training and Mentoring: Training and Mentoring focuses on developing you as a life-long learner so that you walk out of Denver Seminary with a greater capacity to discern, develop, and manage your own unique learning experiences. It creates a personalized path, based on your history and future hopes, to mentor you in two primary ways: deeper character and professional skill development.
Join a Vibrant Learning Community with Courses that Fit your Schedule
As a DC Campus Residential student, each semester your coursework will consist of online work and only one Friday/Saturday weekend intensive class per semester.
In addition to the coursework, Denver Seminary’s DC Student Community has opportunities to gather throughout the semester for regular interaction via social media connection platforms, weekly morning prayer, monthly student-led chapel services, and special events.
The master of divinity can be earned with a concentration in any of the following, or you can choose to not have a concentration.
Hear from Students and Leaders
“Here is no unanchored liberalism—freedom to think without commitment.
Here is no encrusted dogmatism—commitment without freedom to think.
Here is a vibrant evangelicalism—commitment with freedom to think within the limits laid down in Scripture.”
– Vernon Grounds, President Denver Seminary circa 1965