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WORLD CLASS BIBLICAL EDUCATION,
NOW LOCAL TO FORT WORTH

Designed for Working Adults

At DTS we are firm believers that all Christians can benefit from solid biblical and theological study of the Word. But at the same time we understand that not everyone can leave their job or ministry to attend seminary full-time. That is why we are excited to announce that starting Fall 2019, we will be offering courses in Fort Worth leading to two of our most popular graduate degrees: our Master of Biblical and Theological Studies (MBTS) and our Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL).

Great Location, Flexible Format

Our Fort Worth location is hosted by Christ Chapel Bible Church. Located on the west side of Fort Worth, CCBC provides easy access to Dallas Theological Seminary courses without the hassle of driving to downtown Dallas. Students in Fort Worth pursuing their MBTS or MACL degree will have a variety of ways they can take courses: from fully online courses, to video conference courses, to weekend-intensive courses that meet one weekend per semester in Fort Worth. 

STUDY THE WORD, CHANGE THE WORLD

Master of Biblical and Theological Studies

 The MBTS is a 36-credit-hour degree designed for working professionals and laypersons who desire to be equipped in the Word of God so that they can better minister and serve others in the workforce, at home, and in the church. With the MBTS you get an overview of the entire Biblical story, learn key theological concepts, and have the flexibility to choose from over a dozen electives based on your interests and calling.  

BE 101 – Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics (3 hours)
BE 201 – The Story of Scripture (3 hours)
BE 505 – The Kingdom and Covenants (3 hours)

ST 101 – Theological Method and Bibliology (3 hours)
Other Theological Studies Courses (6 hours)

PM 105 – Christian Life and Witness (3 hours)
RS 101 – Orientation and Research Methods (3 hours)
RS 103 – Summative Research Project (3 hours)

Electives (13 hours) – MBTS students can choose from a wide variety of electives we offer here at DTS in order to customize their degree.

Master of Arts in Christian Leadership

The MACL is a 66-credit-hour degree designed to provide graduate-level biblical and theological education to prepare students for organizational leadership roles in a wide variety of ministry settings.The training prepares students to assume leadership positions in church, parachurch, missions and marketplace contexts.

BE 101 – Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics (3 hours)
BE 102 – Old Testament History I (3 hours)
BE 103 – Old Testament History II and Poetry (2 hours)
BE 104 – Old Testament Prophets (3 hours)
BE 105 – The Gospels (2 hours)
BE 106 – Acts and Pauline Epistles (3 hours)
BE 107 – Hebrews, General Epistles, and Revelation (3 hours)
BE 109 – Ruth, Psalms, Jonah, and Selected Epistles (3 hours)

ST 101 – Theological Method and Bibliology (3 hours)
ST 102 – Trinitarianism (3 hours)
ST 103 – Angelology, Anthropology, and Hamartiology (3 hours)
ST 104 – Soteriology (3 hours)
ST 105 – Sanctification and Ecclesiology (3 hours)
ST 106 – Eschatology (3 hours)

PM 105 – Christian Life and Witness (3 hours) 

RS 101 – Orientation and Research Methods (1 hour)

RS 103 – Summative Research Project (1 hour)

EML 101 – Introduction to Educational Ministry and Leadership (3 hours)

EML 103* – Teaching Process (2 hours)

EML 104* – Media Presentations (1 hour)

EML 330 – Personal and Organizational Leadership Development (3 hours)

INT 155 – MACL Ministry Formation Internship (3 hours)

Spiritual Formation (4 semesters).

MACL Electives (9 hours) 

*Students may substitute EML105 Teaching Process and Media Presentations (3 hours) for EML103 and EML104.

TWO COURSES FOR FALL 2020

BIBLE STUDY METHODS AND HERMENEUTICS (BE 101)

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DTS President, Dr. Mark L. Bailey will be teaching the very first Fort Worth course for the MBTS and MACL (BE 101 – Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics) this fall! The course will begin and conclude online, and include a weekend-intensive lecture component at Christ Chapel Bible Church in Fort Worth.

CHRISTIAN LIFE AND WITNESS (PM 105)

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Professor Jonathan Murphy will be teaching a special class on the Christian life. Students in Fort Worth will attend twice per week using a specially designed video conference classroom at Christ Chapel Bible Church in Fort Worth.

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