Master of Divinity (M.Div.)
Explore Cedarville's B.A.+M.Div.
Cedarville's accelerated B.A. in biblical studies and M.Div. dual degree offers you a more affordable and quicker pathway to ministry.
Cedarville's Torah Scroll
Dr. Jason Lee explains the significance of Cedarville's Torah Scroll, gifted to the University by God's Ancient Library, and how it will be used as a teaching tool for students.
Stewarding Your Gifts With a Graduate Degree
Listen as Cedarville's president, Dr. Thomas White, discusses how our graduate programs can help you steward your God-given talents for His glory.
Why Choose Cedarville and Not a Seminary?
Cedarville's long history of preparing students to serve in the local church and its accelerated, cost-saving completion options make our graduate ministry programs a great choice.
M.Div. or M.Min. – Which Is Right for You?
Listen as Dr. Jason Lee, Dean of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies, explains the key differences between Cedarville University's M.Div. and M.Min. programs.
Cedarville Stories Podcast: Passing Along His Father's Love for the WordDr. Chris Miller, Senior Professor of Biblical Studies, loves to pass along his love of the Scriptures. It's a passion that began with his dad, who was an avid student of the Bible. Chris seeks to honor his dad's devotion by the way he teaches at Cedarville.
Good Friday Experience: Reflecting Around Cedar LakeAt 3 p.m. on Friday, the bells in the Dixon Ministry Center chimed 33 times to mark the 33 years of Jesus’ life.
Old Testament Literature Class Available for Teacher Continuing EducationChristian elementary and secondary teachers with ACSI will be able on March 1 to earn continuing education units (CEUs) using videos from the university’s popular Old Testament (OT) Literature class.
Stepping UpThis COVID-19 season has uncovered heroes from the Cedarville family in the unlikeliest places. And all it took was letting God use them right where they were for such a time as this.
Master of Divinity Program Curriculum
The M.Div. program includes four classes in each of the following areas: Old Testament, New Testament, and Christian theology, which provide the necessary biblical and theological foundation upon which more than 30 hours of practical ministry courses are built. You will also learn to read and study the Bible in the original languages of Hebrew and Greek.
- Exegesis to Exposition
- Text-Driven Preaching