When you choose Pensacola Theological Seminary, you’re choosing a Bible-centered approach. Your soul will be filled with the Word of God. As you prepare for servant-leadership, your learning will balance both meditating on God’s Word and ministering with God’s Word.
As you take classes like Theology, Christ in the Old Testament, or Life and Teachings of Jesus, you’ll be supported by caring seminary faculty. They’ll guide your learning through lecture-based study, rather than just giving reading assignments.
Increase your love for Scripture and your mastery of biblical theology as you take advanced classes that focus on the background and content of each book of the Bible.
Learn biblical guidelines for practical Christian living while getting a focused study of New Testament history and theology.
Study the Old Testament canon, text, and inspiration and make applications to your personal life and ministry.
Gain practical skills for local church ministry and learn how to effectively shepherd a congregation.
Expand your knowledge of biblical theology and doctrines like Soteriology, Christology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology.
If you previously earned a bachelor’s degree, earning your Graduate Certificate is the perfect next step. The sooner you start your courses, the sooner you’ll have the increased Bible knowledge you need for more effective service.
Getting a Graduate Certificate from PTS is a smaller time commitment than getting a master’s degree—but you’ll still advance your education. And if you find you’re ready for more learning, your credits can be applied to a seminary degree if grade and GPA requirements for that program are met.
*Time to finish depends on certificate chosen, start date, and course rotations. Coursework could extend to 4 semesters; talk to an advisor for more details.
A bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA is required.
All Applicants Must Submit the Following:
You can complete your coursework completely online, on campus, or a mix of both. Courses are offered on campus during short summer sessions and fall and spring semesters.