Education encompasses everything from study of the Bible, theology, history, and ministry to mastery of the tools and understanding vocational and lay ministers need to be competent across cultural, economic, geographic, and gender boundaries.
Our Admissions Office will be glad to work with you personally to complete your application, arrange a campus visit, and estimate your costs. If you think the Seminary might be right for you, we urge you to get in touch. We will be glad to help you every step of the way.
North Park Theological Seminary offers 4 traditional degrees, 6 dual-degree combinations with Business and Nonprofit Management, and 8 graduate certificate programs. We interweave theology, bible, ministry, spiritual formation, and diversity courses into each degree.
Field Education is a companion to classroom work at North Park Theological Seminary, that helps develop: Practical individual preparation for ministry Interpersonal and communication skills in a ministry context.
At North Park Theological Seminary, we prepare you to answer your call to ministry through our academic curriculum and the spiritual and practical formation that comes with participating in the community here.
North Park Theological Seminary offers academic and formational events throughout the year, providing students with access to prominent scholarship, relevant conversations, and a full community experience.
MA in Christian Ministry with Restorative Arts Student Learning Outcomes
Interpret Scripture with historical and theological integrity in relation to one’s ministry.
Convey the Christian tradition for appropriation in ministry settings.
Comprehension of individual brokenness, interpersonal forms violence, and systemic injustices as it shapes one’s theology of ministry.
Demonstrate skills in restorative arts (personal healing, non-violent communication, conflict transformation, care & counseling, intersectional analyses, and the art of listening) that ground one’s sense of vocational identity in God’s mission.
Engage diversity and exhibit growth towards inter-cultural competence for ministry reflective of God’s global redemptive work.