Go Deeper: Pursue your Master of Divinity at Oklahoma Christian
Earn an M.Div. Degree in Oklahoma
You don’t have to go far to prepare for a future in ministry. The Master of Divinity (M.Div.) is the foundational degree in theological education. It provides students with broad training in biblical studies, history and theology, spiritual formation, and practical ministry skills, equipping you to excel as a minister or church leader. And if you want to become a chaplain, the M.Div. degree is for you.
Learn what it takes to lead
The M.Div. degree at Oklahoma Christian University requires the completion of 73 credit hours. Through elective courses, students focus in areas of ministry, textual study, or theology, complementing core learning in each of these areas. The capstone event in the M.Div. degree program is a comprehensive examination where you will demonstrate your ability to integrate graduate level biblical studies, theology, and ministry skills. For those in the thesis track, a 60-90 page thesis will be developed with the guidance of a faculty advisor.
To be considered for admission to OC’s Graduate School of Theology, you must have a completed bachelor’s degree (or are about to complete a bachelor’s degree) from a regionally accredited university with a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Mitch Wilburn earned his master's degree in ministry in 2005 from Oklahoma Christian University's Graduate School of Theology. His studies at OC helped him transition from youth ministry to his current role as the preaching minister for Park Plaza Church of Christ in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Janvier Faradja will graduate with his Master of Divinity degree from the Graduate School of Theology at Oklahoma Christian University in 2016. An international student from Rwanda, Janvier plans to return to minister in his home country after he earns his M.Div.
Jared Chambers graduated from Oklahoma Christian University's Graduate School of Theology with a master's degree in ministry. Now a youth minister at Mayfair Church of Christ in Oklahoma City, Jared talks about how OC helped him pursue his calling after his undergraduate years at Oklahoma State University.