The Master of Arts in Biblical Studies is perfectly tailored for men and women who want to grow in their knowledge of God’s Word, but cannot take traditional semester-oriented college courses. Offered as part of the popular Summer Intensive Program, Master of Arts in Biblical Studies offers core classes on campus during 3 weeks in July, as well as electives via independent study. The mission of the program is to provide you with the breadth of biblical training required for effective service to Christ and His Church. It empowers you to go deeper in your ability to comprehend, apply, practice, and proclaim the Word of God.
You will have the opportunity to study abroad in Israel through our Israel Bible Extension program
, and in Greece and Turkey through our New Testament Extension program. You will hear from faculty who have led missions teams, taught and led study tours of Israel, planted churches, and presented papers at regional and national meetings. They have served as pastors, professors, authors, research scholars, editors, seminary presidents, and theologians; have been the recipients of the Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award; and have been recognized in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. If you have a hunger for the Word of God and would like graduate and professional level study of the Scriptures, then you may want to consider this new opportunity at The Master's College. The Master of Arts in Biblical Studies in the Summer Intensive Program (SIP) commenced in 2006 and classes take place each year during the first, second, and third weeks of July. The MABS program is offered in one format:
- Summer Intensive Program (SIP) The MABS SIP is a 35 semester unit, non-conventional curriculum designed for individuals such as pastors, missionaries, teachers or school administrators who are actively involved in ministry. This modular based program enables students to earn a graduate degree in two to six summers depending on their own schedule and commitments. This allows each student to pursue in-depth training in biblical studies while continuing in his or her current ministry or occupation. Read more...
One of the best ways to evaluate a program is to actually speak with professors, administrators, and students on-site. We welcome any prospective students who would like to visit the school, meet with faculty, and attend classes. Please contact Candace Regier
, MABS Enrollment Counselor, to schedule a visit and arrange the details.
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