The online seminary degree at Anderson University School of Theology is a virtual learning community designed for the ordained pastor and for laypeople who wish to enter serious graduate level study of Bible and theology. The same faculty members who teach our residential classes also teach all online classes. The goals for online courses are no different from those in on-campus classes. The only difference is that your classroom can be where you choose for it to be: in a local library, at your church, at home -- any place where you can establish an internet connection. Through a computer you will be able to interact with your professor and fellow students, obtain some of your required reading, listen to lectures, engage in learning activities, take tests, and submit assignments.
Pastor Gene Worline (First Church of God, Grove City, Pa.) says of his online learning experience, "The learning that has taken place across the internet has been top rate, professional learning, not only from trained professionals, but from those who are actively involved in ministry settings of local churches. It has widened my perspective of ministry across the country, and in varieties of situations. God is working, throughout the country in all different types of settings."
For more information, contact David Neidert, director of student development, by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (765) 641-4526.
Important Notice about this Online Master's Program: This program is NOT 100% online. All MACM students are required to visit the Anderson campus once each semester for face-to-face instruction. Please read the Frequently Asked Questions section of this website if you need further detail about this master's program.