Programs that Equip the World for Ministry
Master of Arts in Counseling
We designed this unique curriculum to equip you with the knowledge and confidence to better help those in need—whatever your calling.Learn More
Master of Arts in Christian Studies
This program is designed for Christians who are leaders within and outside of the church who want an introduction to the core aspects of their Christian faith and its relevance to their life and work.Learn More
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2016 Graduating Student Survey*
“My faith is stronger than when I came”
“I have grown spiritually”
“I grew my ability to think theologically”
“I have increased my trust in God”
“I grew my ability to use and interpret Scripture”
“I have more insight into the troubles of others”
*Reported from the 2016 residential graduating class
What is the difference between online and residential class formats?
The online class format requires students to complete the same quality classes in a compact time frame. The content of the 14-week residential courses is consolidated into 8 or 10 weeks to accommodate the needs of the working professional.
Can I audit online courses?
No, auditing is currently not available. However, many students enroll to take single courses or begin their studies by taking non-accredited versions of our counseling courses through CCEF.
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JOHN PIPER, Founder and Leader of desiringGod.org, Chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary
"I think Westminster and their emphasis on biblical theology and the emphasis on philosophical apologetics stand out, and most schools don’t go that deep.”
TIMOTHY KELLER, Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York, NY
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