Trust. It’s something that’s earned. It doesn’t come quickly. It’s the result of being time tested. When the trustworthiness of God’s Word was being challenged, we stood for truth. We place our trust on the truth that endures. We are The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and we are Trusted for Truth.
Our online Master of Divinity is 88 hours and has been engineered to equip you with the core knowledge you need for ministry. Every M.Div. student takes foundational courses in Bible, theology, counseling, history, ministry practice, and more. Students can also choose from many elective courses.
This program is designed for those called to ministry in the local church or Christian organizations.
This concentration is designed for those called to serve in local church ministry as well as cross-cultural mission contexts.
This degree program is designed to prepare students for a ministry of biblical counseling to individuals, couples, and families.
Apologetics programs at Southern Seminary train students to defend the Christian faith by grounding it in a biblical worldview.
The Biblical and Theological Studies concentration is designed to focus on the study of Scripture and theology.
This concentration is designed for students interested in reaching Muslims or serving as a missionary in a primarily Islamic context.
This degree is designed to prepare persons for leading worship ministry in churches as well as careers in denominational or institutional work.
|2020-21 Estimated costs for SBC students|
|Tuition||$275 x 9 (hours)||= $2,475|
|Books||$100 x 3 (classes)||= $300|
|Total per semester||= $2,835|
|Total per year||= $5,670|
View the 2020-2021 fee chart for all Southern Seminary programs here.
All costs are reflective of the SBC rate of tuition and are to be understood as estimates only. Taking winter and summer courses will increase the overall yearly estimated from what is posted above. Tuition charges will vary based on the amount of courses taken per semester and book costs will vary by course.
*SBTS Scholarships are based on financial need and are subject to approval.