The Master of Science of Biblical Studies (M. BS) is an advanced Bible training course at the Logos Institute of Theology. The MSBS degree is designed to equip students with intermediate knowledge of the Scriptures and offers training in advanced study areas. Students must have a bachelor's or completed at least 120 semester hours of college-level work that will begin at this level. Students may receive advanced standing in the program through transfer credits and, in instances where the student is well-qualified, through lifetime credits. The program gives the student solid preparation for the Doctorate programs.
The internship includes actual preaching, program coordination, and ministerial service to the community.
Students must maintain a 3.5 GPA to advance into the Doctorate programs at LIT.
The Master of Theology (M.Th.) While Master of Divinity and Master of Theology degree programs share a similar theological area of study, the main difference is that the Master of Divinity degree prepares you for a career as a minister or preacher. On the other hand, the Master of Theology prepares you for an academic career. This degree requires thirty-five graduate credits hours in other systems that represent broad-based work in theology, biblical studies, the arts of ministry, and significant ministerial leadership.
The Master of Divinity (M.Div.) This program is designed for those called to ministry in the church or Christian organizations. This major provides flexibility regarding elective courses concentration while ensuring biblical, theological, and ministry courses are included. While Master of Divinity and Master of Theology degree programs share a similar theological area of study, the main difference is that the Master of Divinity degree prepares you for a career as a minister or preacher,
Students are required to maintain a 3.5 GPA to advance into the Doctorate programs at LIT.
The Masters' Degree programs consist of general education courses, program-specific courses, and electives. To qualify for a Master's degree, students must complete the minimum number of thirty-seven (35) credit hours required in their programs and earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better in college-level courses; in addition, students must participate in practicum services and community outreach as outlined in course requirements along with meeting other graduating requirements.
The Master Program cost: $4125
Application Fee and materials: $100, plus current assessment and processing fees
Graduation Fee: $150 ( paid two months before graduation)