Moody Theological Seminary's degree programs prepare you to:
A degree from MTS partners Bible training with real ministry experience. So whether you plan to use your training for full-time ministry, to serve in your church or community or teach the Bible to others, MTS equips you to impact the world for Christ.
Master of Divinity
Be equipped for ministry leadership and preaching.
Master of Arts [Biblical Studies]
Learn to understand, interpret and apply the Word of God.
M.A. in Counseling Psychology
Learn to integrate psychological truths with a biblical perspective for a future as a counselor or therapist.
With a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, students learn to apply clinical training, biblical insight and spiritual integration to the counseling profession—including individual, family, marital, premarital, child and adolescent.
This degree prepares you to serve Christ in a wide array of counseling-related ministries. Become a Christian counselor or clinical therapist. Serve as a church ministry leader, in a local agency or in private practice.
This program equips you for professional licensure and enables you to complete 12 to 15 months of supervised practicum and internship experience.
As a student at Moody Theological Seminary, you get more than an advanced Bible education. Our world-class faculty has traveled the globe ministering to others in Christ’s name, and they will train you to do the same.
Your faculty mentors will work with you to develop your own ministry focus and give you the knowledge and tools you need to apply it to others.
MTS is committed to helping you graduate with as little loans as possible—so that you can launch into ministry without the burden of debt. Every year Moody awards scholarships and grants to students who both display academic excellence and monetary need.
These financial aid options allows Moody to offer quality Bible training at an affordable cost and tremendous value.
Attend Moody’s Michigan campus, and learn and grow with other students as you serve Christ in the community. You’ll form relationships with other students and your professors as you pursue your degree.
You can also pursue your degree with one of our other learning venues.