The pursuit of your Master of Divinity (MDiv) doesn’t need to uproot your life. Have you always wanted to take on an MDiv, but felt unsure if you could balance it amidst it all? Maybe relocating your family from your community for a degree could create unnecessary pressure. With Denver Seminary’s 78-credit-hour MDiv, these questions and concerns can be met with a fully online, fully accredited solution. It’s an MDiv engineered to keep you fully engaged in learning while living in your community.
An MDiv is commonly seen as one of the broadest and deepest preparation tools for life in ministry and more. The fully online master of divinity offers our new Next Generation Online Learning classes where engagement is key. Plus, each course is rooted in the biblical bedrock, academic rigor, and mentored learning that has been the hallmark of Denver Seminary for over 65 years.
As an online MDiv student, Denver Seminary also extends its longstanding training and mentoring opportunities to foster holistic student growth. This conviction is fully integrated into the online MDiv through virtual meetups where professors and classmates cultivate synchronized discussions.
Denver Seminary ranks #3 on The 20 Best Online MDiv Degree Programs!
If you need a learning environment designed for flexibility, yet vibrant with interactive structure, then look no further than the online MDiv. To learn more, you can request information about this fully online degree. For frequently asked questions about the fully online MDiv, please consult our Frequently Asked Questions.
Interested in doing the MDiv at our Denver campus? Check out our Master of Divinity Degree for more information.
Who should pursue an online MDiv degree?
- Working ministry professionals needing a flexible learning schedule
- Pastors, Chaplains, Missionaries, Church
- Prospective students exploring future ministry opportunities
- Individuals who can’t relocate due to personal, family, or ministry ties
"I’m a full-time international pilot so when it came to choosing a graduate school program, I needed one that was flexible. I chose the fully online MDiv at Denver Seminary because of the high level of engagement with the course material and the fact that I can complete the work on my own time. This program is not just academically challenging but it encourages me to get outside my comfort zone and exercise myself emotionally and spiritually too, and I love that. My professors and classmates have pushed me to engage with the material and each class is unique, which keeps the experience fresh. Don’t get me wrong, this degree is a lot of work but as long as I manage my time well and structure my days around staying ahead of my deadlines, I’ve totally been able to succeed in my classes. One of the most frequently asked questions I get when it comes to the online Master of Divinity is: it is doable? I have five kids and four jobs and I can tell you it is 100% doable."
– Craig Thighe