D.Ed.Min. concentrations require a regionally-accredited master’s degree (M.Div., MACE., or M.A.) totaling no fewer than 48 hours, with at least twelve hours in biblical or theological studies and at least twelve hours in leadership, administration, education, or ministry studies, with a GPA of at least a B (3.0).
- The concentrations in Biblical Theology, Expository Preaching, New Testament Exposition, Old Testament Exposition, and Biblical Counseling have additional requirements (see “Admissions” tab).
If you have previous masters-level credit but do not have the required hours for admission, you may submit a doctoral equivalency evaluation to the admissions office to find out if you qualify for SBTS D.Ed.Min programs.*
*International transcripts must be evaluated by a NACES approved organization for both admissions consdiration and for equivalency requests.