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Our Mission

The purpose of Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary is to provide undergraduate and graduate theological training for effective service in church-related and mis­sions vocations through its main campus and designated branch campuses. 

The Seminary attempts to guide students into a thorough understanding of the Bible and its relevance for today, preparing those who have been called of God to preach and teach the Word of God. Further preparation is offered through instruction in preaching, counseling, administration, and cross-cultural ministry. In addition, all stu­dents participate in MABTS's Witness One:Seven program (practical missions) and are encouraged to be involved in local churches during their seminary days.


In response to the distinct training needs among Southern Baptists, the Seminary offers the following degree programs: Associate of Divinity, Associate of Christian Education, Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies, Master of Christian Education, Master of Arts in Christian Education, Master of Missiology and Intercultural Studies, Master of Divinity, Doctor of Ministry, and Doctor of Philosophy. A Certificate Program is also available to students attending the Northeast Branch.

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PhD Form
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