Start Your M.Div. While Earning Your Bachelor’s at Gordon.
People choose to go to seminary for many reasons. Maybe you’re feeling a call to pastoral ministry, chaplaincy, biblical scholarship or teaching. Maybe you’re an aspiring nonprofit director, entrepreneur, or cultural commentator. Either way, you are interested in cultivating a deep understanding of God’s purpose in the world and want to join in his redemptive work. As a Christian liberal arts college, Gordon wants you to have every opportunity to do this, which is why we’ve partnered with one of the top 10 evangelical seminaries in the country to give you a head start.
2 degrees, 6 years
Up to $20,000 savings
One of the top 10 seminaries
If you know that seminary is a part of your future, you can take undergraduate courses and seminary courses that count toward your bachelor’s degree and a Master of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
As an eligible student, you can earn up to 24 credits that apply to both degrees and take 2 seminary courses as an undergraduate—meaning you can receive your M.Div. up to a year early and save up to $20,000 on tuition.
Gordon is fortunate to have one of the top 10 American evangelical seminaries located just two and a half miles from our campus, which is no coincidence. The “Gordon” name in Gordon-Conwell comes from Gordon Divinity School, which was Gordon College’s graduate seminary program that began in the early 1930s. Later, in 1969, the same year NASA put a man on the moon, Mr. J. Howard Pew, Dr. Harold John Ockenga and Rev. Billy Graham united two theological schools, Gordon Divinity School and Conwell School of Theology, because they saw a need for a strong, evangelical seminary in the Northeast. Since then, the seminary has brought in students like Xiong Yan, Scott and Kimberly Hahn and Tim Keller who are known for their incredible fortitude, faithfulness and leadership. Now, the seminary’s main campus in Hamilton, MA, is home to over 800 students that represent 71 denominations and 41 countries.
For more information, contact:
Dr. Mark Cannister
Professor of Christian Ministries