San Francisco Campus
- The San Francisco Campus (SFC) of Gateway Seminary is located in Fremont, California, in the diverse and growing Bay Area, south of San Francisco and Oakland. It upholds Gateway’s rich tradition of theological training in Northern California, where the Seminary was originally founded in 1944.
- This campus, established in 2016, is designed to continue serving students by allowing them to gain theological training and serve in ministry simultaneously.
- The land the SFC sits on was donated by a local church called Discovery Church International (historically known as Mission Way Baptist Church).
Master of Divinity
Embark on a lifelong journey of personal, spiritual, and professional growth with Gateway's Master of Divinity. Eleven concentrations and a host of electives to choose from allow you to customize your degree to the ministry you want to pursue.
Master of Arts in Educational Leadership
The Master of Arts in Educational Leadership prepares students to effectively lead educational ministries in a variety of settings, including churches, parachurch ministries, and denominational agencies.
Master of Theological Studies
The Master of Theological Studies is a foundational program that provides the theological groundwork for personal enrichment, ministry enhancement, and further graduate study.
Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)
Designed to enhance your ministry, not take you away from it, Gateway's Doctor of Ministry program encourages you to mature in your ministerial leadership identity, understanding, and skills.
Diploma in Theology
The Diploma in Theology offers ministerial training for people called to full-time ministry who don't have an undergraduate degree. It shares much of the same coursework as the Master of Divinity.
Diploma in Educational Leadership
Students in the Diploma in Educational Leadership program are equipped for non-preaching professional leadership positions in churches, parachurch organizations, and other religious institutions. It shares much of the same coursework as the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership.