The Certificate of Graduate Studies in Bible and Theology is a graduate-level certificate that offers an introduction to seminary coursework in biblical and theological studies.
|Total Hours||30 credit hours|
|Degree Time Limit||10 years from first DTS class|
|Real-time courses||0 courses required |
(Fully Online degree)
How do I select open electives?
What if I want to complete a Master’s degree?
Each Master’s degree is designed to equip students to serve in various types of ministry. Students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to discuss previous DTS courses and their new degree. Master’s degrees must be completed within 6-8 years from the first DTS class. Degree time limit and possible real-time course requirements will be a key consideration. If students anticipate pursuing a Master’s degree, then it is recommended they reclassify early in the CGS to determine degree completion in the Master’s degree.
Students who wish to change degrees must submit a reclassification request form. This request is reviewed through the Admissions Committee and additional items may be required during this review process.
What is required for Graduation?
The following are degree worksheets specific to students who entered the CGS/CBTS or reclassified to the Certificate in the following academic years. If students have questions about their specific degree requirements or degree audit, students should contact their academic advisor.
Certificate students will not have access to their DTS Logos resources apart from purchasing them through Logos. Master’s level students are able to keep their current Logos Bible Software package.
DTS graduates have three options for further training: