Gateway Seminary offers master's degree programs that combine the best of academic studies with significant professional training to prepare men and women called to a multiplicity of ministry expressions. Done within small class settings, professors join students in a pilgrimage of learning that often resembles a mentoring relationship.
Master of Divinity
Embark on a lifelong journey of personal, spiritual, and professional growth with Gateway's Master of Divinity. Twelve concentrations and a host of electives to choose from allow you to customize your degree to the ministry you want to pursue.
Master of Divinity - Advanced Track
Gateway's Master of Divinity - Advanced Track is for students who have significant preparation in biblical, theological, or applied Christian studies at the bachelor's level. The Advanced Track allows you to tailor your degree to build upon previous learning.
Master of Global Engagement
The Master of Global Engagement (MGE) prepares leaders to engage the world from a biblical worldview in order to accomplish the Great Commission.
Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies
Equip yourself for multicultural and multiethnic ministry both at home and abroad with a program that seeks to prepare students to impact the world for Christ in environments that are increasingly diverse.
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.
Master of Arts in Christian Counseling
Gateway's Master of Arts in Christian Counseling equips church leaders and ministry partners to care for and counsel people in a context based on biblical and theological foundations.
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 Theology
One of Gateway's three advanced research degrees, the Master of Theology requires students to be at a campus only four times per semester. Classes taught in a seminar format encourage students to have dialogue with one another, as well as with fully engaged and experienced professors.