Knox Theological Seminary has been one of the top-ranked Reformed seminaries for years, with a thriving suite of online programs. But for years, their Master of Divinity (MDiv), arguably their flagship program and the most sought-after religious degree, has been a hybrid program with 18 hours of required residential credits.
But no more: Knox Theological Seminary is now offering a fully-online MDiv. Like all their programs, it is an accredited degree through ATS, and consists of 90 credit hours, including a supervised ministry internship, preaching practicums, and a thorough walk through exegesis, biblical languages, systematics, and more. Here’s the breakdown:
Biblical Languages: 15 credit hours
Biblical Studies: 15 credit hours
Theological Studies: 12 credit hours
Historical Studies: 6 credit hours
Pastoral Studies: 21 credit hours
Electives: 21 credit hours
A few highlights about the Knox MDiv program:
- On rare occasion, Knox admits students into the program who have not completed a Bachelor’s degree, based on life experience. It’s rare, but for those individuals, it is an incredible gift!
- Online courses give you the ability to not only learn from the excellent Knox faculty, but previous and adjunct faculty members like Dr. Bryan Chapell, Dr. Michael Allen, Dr. Gerald Bray, and Dr. Bruce Waltke.
- Knox is Reformed, but broadly ecumenical and diverse.
To learn more about the new completely online Master of Divinity (MDiv) from Knox, go fill out their admissions form, and someone will be in touch soon.
“Knox Theological Seminary Online gives me the flexibility I need as a mother, writer, homeschool teacher, Sunday School teacher, and speaker to further my theological education. The online professors, dean, and registrar are all supportive and easily accessible to help with any issues that arise. The course content is challenging, edifying, and through the work of the Holy Spirit life changing. If you are considering a seminary education, I highly recommend Knox.” –Angela
“I just want to brag on Knox for a moment and let you know that while I am obviously not able to attend in residence, the way the online courses have been conducted I feel like I’ve been able to get a taste of the best part of the seminary–a quality education within the context of an intimate setting. Thanks for making it great!” –Scott Postma