|Face to face requirement||at least 18 hours|
|Location||anywhere at least 49% of the course is face to face with the professor|
(Work with Academic Advisor to decide which courses you will complete face to face.)
Only select majors can be completed outside of Dallas.
Academic Majors: EML215 and WM410 are typically offered in Dallas during the spring.
|Time Limit||6 years from start of first course at DTS|
|Satisfactory Progress||6 required hours per calendar year|
|International Students||F-1 and J-1 Visa students are required to study in Dallas.|
What track options are available?
|Academic Options||Ministry Options||Majors Potentially Available Outside of Dallas|
Bible Exposition (BE)
Old Testament (OT)
New Testament (NT)
Theological Studies (TS)
Biblical Counseling (BC)
Educational Ministries and Leadership (EML)
Media Arts & Worship (MW)
Pastoral Ministries (PM)
World Missions (WM)
Bible Exposition (BE)- OL, HO
Biblical Counseling (BC)-DC, HO
Educational Ministries and Leadership (EML)-DC, HO, PGI, GA
First, decide on a major from the lists above.
Second, meet with the department chair of the chosen major. Be sure to take a copy of the appropriate form with you.
Third, submit the signed form to the Advising Center for review and approval.
The plan is placed in the student’s file for review at the end of the program. If the student makes changes to the approved plan, then she/he must submit a new plan.
3. How do I qualify for advanced placement in Greek and/or Hebrew?
STM students should select their major elective courses in conversation with their major department. Professors in each academic department are best equipped to advise students regarding courses geared toward each student’s desired ministry context. Please contact the Administrative Coordinator for your major department to request a meeting with a professor.
Thesis subject selection should also take place in conversation with a student’s major department. Students should confer with their major department regarding thesis topic approval deadlines, and should select their thesis topic during their first semester at DTS.
5. Graduation Information:
This page provides basic information. Academic Advisors are happy to come alongside you as you journey with the Lord. Schedule an advising appointment above.