If you are looking for a solid seminary program to prepare you to teach the Word of God, then Faith Baptist Theological Seminary is the place for you. At Faith, you will receive a rigorous training of Biblical languages, exegesis, and hermeneutics – all in flexible course formats that best fit your schedule.
5 Hallmarks of Faith Baptist Theological Seminary
Regionally and Nationally Accredited
Local Church Emphasis
Local and International Ministry Internships
With our fully-accredited Master of Arts, Master of Divinity, and Doctor of Ministry degrees, FBTS is prepared to train students in all walks of life to help them reach maximum effectiveness for the cause of Christ.
Our seminary offers courses in several formats to meet your current and future ministry needs. Students can design their program of study with a hybrid of traditional semester classes, one-week module classes, and online classes. Students may also choose to earn their degree entirely online by taking classes through live video-conferencing.
- Traditional Semester Classes: Thirteen-week classes in fall and spring semesters.
- One-week Module Classes: Twelve module weeks available during the year.
- Online Classes: Seven- or eight-week classes offered six terms during the year.
- Live Video-Conferencing: Traditional or module classes taken remotely through video-conferencing.
Affordable Seminary Education
Our desire is to make training affordable for everyone God has called into ministry. In addition to having competitive tuition rates, our students have access to grants, scholarships, and institutional financial aid.
Meet Our Faculty
Choosing a seminary is about finding the right faculty to study under. At Faith, our seminary faculty are current and former pastors, ministry leaders, and missionaries. All are skilled expositors and are passionate about helping you develop your gifts and prepare you for ministry.
Read Faith Pulpit Articles
Since 1986, Faith Baptist Theological Seminary has published the Faith Pulpit to address significant matters of theological and ministerial interest.
A History of Developing Ministry Leaders
Since 1986, FBTS has trained Bible expositors to rightly divide God’s Word from a dispensational, Baptistic, separatist position that sets it apart from other institutions. Today, FBTS continues to produce balanced, theologically conservative Christian leaders who excel in carefully interpreting God’s Word in preaching, teaching, and counseling.