Fully Prepared. For His Purpose.

Make the most of the gifts you've been given. Explore now how a Cedarville graduate degree will equip you for service and leadership in ministry.

Loading...

Graduate Ministry Programs at Cedarville University

With strong biblical theology and practical application, Cedarville’s online M.Min. or residential M.Div. will equip you for effective lay or vocational ministry. We'll help you make the most of the gifts God has given you to fulfill His purpose for your life.

MASTER OF DIVINITY (residential)

  • Three accelerated completion options, including a 5-year B.A. to M.Div., offer lower costs and a quicker pathway to ministry.
  • Eight specializations equip you to serve in academic ministry, biblical apologetics, biblical care and counseling, missions, pastoral ministry, women’s ministry, worship and theology, and youth and family ministry.

MASTER OF MINISTRY (online)

  • Practical ministry training that can be applied to any vocation
  • 38 credit hours that can be completed in one year
  • Start NOW, and you'll be eligible for a $1,000 Ministry Scholarship*!

What You can Expect From The Graduate School at Cedarville University:

Icon of a U.S. dollar sign.

Affordable

Cedarville's M.Min. and M.Div. are affordably priced (just $399 per credit hour), and accelerated options let you finish faster, saving both time and money.

Icon of a cursor and webpage on a desktop computer monitor.

Convenient

All M.Min. courses are offered in an online format, with flexible part-time and full-time completion options.

Icon of a speedometer.

Accelerated

Earn your master's degree quickly with Cedarville University. Our accelerated master's programs can be completed in 1–3 years.

Icon of an open Bible.

Biblical Worldview

All of our M.Min. and M.Div. courses are built on the solid foundation of Scripture. Gain the skills you need to lead and serve Christ wherever He leads.

Ready to get started? Fill out the form to learn more about Cedarville's Online M.Min. or residential M.Div.

 

* Scholarship will be divided equally and applied to the student’s account during the first two semesters of enrollment; total scholarship may not exceed tuition charges.