Master of Christian Studies


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Deepen your faith as you pursue Old Testament, New Testament, and theological studies. Participate in an authentic and close community of faculty and students from diverse backgrounds. You'll be inspired as well as challenged by others' perspectives and life experiences, and supported by faculty who become mentors.

This program fits in with your schedule and your goals. Choose from daytime, evening, online, and modular [weekend and week-long] course options.

Study full time and finish in 2 years, or take it class by class: after 5 classes you have a certificate, at 10 you have a diploma, and at 20 you've completed the degree.

Your Future

This is your career

This degree is ideal if you’re serving in lay ministry or you’re looking to integrate your faith with your current career.


graduates employed in ministry

Beyond the Classroom

Grow spiritually as part of the Seminary's community through chapel services, days of prayer, and retreats. You can also explore Christian history around the world through our award-wining Down Ancient Paths travel study program.

Staff and Faculty

Name Position Location Email Phone
Beth_S Beth Stovell, PhD Chair, General Theological Studies, Ambrose Seminary
Professor of Old Testament
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Jon Coutts, PhD Assistant Professor of Christian Theology - -