New students fall 2016

New Students Begin Studies

Bethany Theological Seminary welcomed nine new students this fall as they met for orientation on August 22 and 23. Ranging from recent college graduates to career professionals in their fifties, members of the new class are pursuing the master

Musa Mambula Receives National Award

Musa Mambula, current international scholar in residence at Bethany Theological Seminary, has been acknowledged by his home country of Nigeria for his contributions toward the betterment of Nigerian society. On September 20, Mambula was honored with the Custodian of

New Students Welcomed for Fall

Fall semester classes at Bethany Theological Seminary began on August 30 with nine new students joining the Seminary community. Four are entering the MDiv program, two are entering the MA program, and three are pursuing a Certificate in Theopoetics

2019-20 Cost of Attendance

Below is a list of average monthly expenses based on a nine-month budget.

The Financial Aid Office estimated this information to create a standard cost of attendance, or budget, for all students. This information varies depending on enrollment status (half-time,

New Students Welcomed for Spring Semester

With the opening of the spring 2019 semester, nine students began their education at Bethany Theological Seminary in pursuit of a degree or certificate. Five are enrolled in the MDiv program, three are enrolled for graduate certificates, and one

Bethany Completes New Branding Project

This summer, a new logo, website, and graphic themes represent the culmination of work by members of the Bethany Theological Seminary community to give the Seminary a re-envisioned public presence.

Master of Arts Application

Criteria for master of arts admission include

  1. completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher;
  2. ability to do theological study at the graduate level as determined from the

Master of Divinity Application

Criteria for master of divinity admission include

  1. completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher;
  2. ability to do theological study at the graduate level as determined from the

“The Chronicler” Webcast

Three Old Testament scholars share information, ideas, and insights on the book of Chronicles in this ninety-minute presentation sponsored by the Brethren Academy for Ministerial Leadership.

The Chronicler – October 26, 2010

Our Presenters

New Students Begin Studies

With the start of the fall 2017 semester, eleven new students are beginning their theological studies at Bethany Seminary. Five are pursing an MDiv, three are pursuing an MA, and three are pursuing graduate certificates. In addition, two graduates