The primary purpose of Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary is to provide graduate theological training for effective service in church-related and missions vocations through its main campus and designated branch campuses. Undergraduate training is also provided for effective Christian leadership in various fields. Other levels of training are also offered.
Mid-America 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 graduate and doctoral students are required to participate in the Witness One:Seven Program of the school and are encouraged to be involved in churches during their seminary days. Undergraduate students are encouraged but not required to participate in the GO! Program.
The College at Mid-America is the undergraduate school of Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. As such, it functions under the mission statement of Mid-America Seminary. Within the mission of Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, the purpose of the College at Mid-America is to conduct associate and baccalaureate programs to prepare students to take their place as effective Christian leaders in their chosen professions, who serve with integrity, intelligence, and compassion.
In response to the distinct training needs among Southern Baptists, the Seminary offers the following degree programs: associate, bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, master of arts, master of divinity, doctor of ministry, and doctor of philosophy. A certificate program is also available to students attending the Northeast Branch.
Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary desires to glorify Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. This purpose is achieved by:
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