The Doctor of Theology, Th.D., is the climax of the degreed Bible training at Logos Institute of Theology. Requiring 55 credit hours, the study of Biblical Theology is not the same as the study of Theology in general. There is an eternity of difference between the study of the theory of God and the revelation of God in the Bible. Biblical Theology seeks to codify the knowledge of the Holy Word around Biblical paradigms rather than denominational guidelines or the various "isms" of Theology. This program in Biblical Theology is designed to strengthen the minister in the knowledge of the Holy Word from the only Word that is Holy and thereby become thoroughly immersed in the Theology of the Scriptures. Entrance requirements include:
Applicants holding a master's degree of at least 30 hours not in a Bible-related discipline may be considered for admission providing they meet one of the following:
Students must maintain a 4.0 GPA to participate in internships, classroom teaching, and facilitation of lesson plans and research. The program requires an additional 35 credit hours applied in dissertation and research projects.
The Doctor of Divinity, D. Div. Ph. D. This is a competency-based upper-level ecclesiastical doctorate open to qualified senior clergy. Acceptance into this program is based on actual accomplishments. Earning the degree involves a demonstration of what is already known, what is currently being done, and validation of Biblical competency in Old Testament, New Testament, and Theology. Entrance requirements include:
Students must maintain a 4.0 GPA, participate in internships, classroom teaching, and facilitate lesson plans and research. The program requires an additional 35 credit hours applied in dissertation and research projects.
The Doctorate Degree programs consist of general and advanced education courses, program-specific courses, and electives. To qualify for a doctorate, students must complete the minimum of 195 credit hours required in this program and earn a cumulative grade point average of 4.0 or better in this graduate college-level course. In addition, students must participate in practicum services and community outreach as outlined in course requirements and meet other graduating requirements. The program requires an additional 35 credit hours applied in dissertation and research projects.
The Doctorate Program cost: $6825
Application Fee and materials: $100 plus current assessment and processing fee
Graduation Fee: $150 (Must be paid two months before graduation). If paid after the two months before graduation, the cost is $450