Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary to Launch Reformatted Master of Arts in Ministry to Women

“My hope is to make the degree more accessible to women called to minister to women in the local church and non-profit organizations…,” said Julia Bickley, Southeastern Seminary’s associate dean of graduate program administration and assistant professor of ministry to women.
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A master of arts in ministry to women will be launched in the fall, in a newly accessible format at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

The new format, the seminary announced, will allow women in a diversity of life stages and locations to receive high-quality theological training, network with respected Bible teachers around the country and build lasting friendships.

“My hope is to make the degree more accessible to women called to minister to women in the local church and non-profit organizations and to equip students to be competent in several areas: theology, Bible exposition, biblical counseling and leadership,” said Julia Bickley, associate dean of graduate program administration and assistant professor of ministry to women.

The M.A. in ministry to women will be offered in a layered hybrid format, which allows students to take two classes simultaneously by completing a total of 12 weeks online and five days on campus. The course allows women to come together in cohorts during their time in the 49-hour degree program.

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Source: Baptist Press