The Master of Divinity Program (MDiv)
The MDiv is a three-year degree program. It is a broad, practical degree, providing a solid background of all theological disciplines, along with a variety of ministry and intercultural courses. It is an excellent preparation for ministry of all types.
The ideal student for the MDiv program will have a bachelor’s degree (in any area), and desires to serve in various church, missionary and parachurch ministries. While it is designed especially for those who do not have a previous theological education, it can also be appropriate for those with a prior theological degree who want to deepen their theological knowledge, and sharpen their ministry skills.
It is considered to be a vocational Master’s degree in the European system.
This program does not require a thesis.
The MDiv is generally a three-year program, comprising 180 credits (ECTS).
Biblical Studies – 58 credits
Systematic Theology and Church History – 42 credits
Practical and Intercultural Theology – 38 credits
Ministry Emphasis Electives – 9 credits
Electives – 19 credits
English, Research & Writing – 2 credits
Mentoring & Internship – 12 credits
Descriptions of courses can be found in the Academic Catalog.
Tyndale’s Master of Divinity program is accredited by the European Council for Theological Education (ECTE).
Tyndale Theological Seminary has obtained institutional accreditation from the European Council for Theological Education (ECTE) as an alternative provider of higher education in 2021 together with programme accreditation for the Master of Divinity program at the higher education qualification at level 7 of the EQF (Second Cycle QF-EHEA). ECTE accreditation of alternative providers of higher education indicates that the learning opportunities offered by Tyndale Theological Seminary are compliant with the European Standards and Guidelines for higher education and attests to the level of the learning opportunities according to the EQF/QF-EHEA.
Further information can be found here: ecte.eu/tyndale-theological-seminary.