Houses of Study at United equip students for service in the communities, movements and denominations where they serve. Houses support students in several ways: through academic tracks in United’s Master of Divinity program, through mutual support in formation groups, and through mentorship from facilitators and spiritual directors in United’s Contextual Ministries program. Houses may also include related non-degree certificates and groups in United’s Doctor of Ministry program. Within a House of Studies, you will find support from a House of Studies director and fellowship among your peers.

Master of Divinity in Spanish

3 years, 72 credit hours

Most courses are offered fully online. Contextual Ministry courses include a three-day face-to-face retreat during the Fall term of the first and second years.

United’s MDiv meets the requirements for ordination in most major Protestant denominations, though many graduates serve as lay professionals in a variety of fields, including chaplaincy, nonprofit leadership, teaching and social work.

Admissions Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • GPA

The establishment and maintenance of Houses of Study at United Theological Seminary are dependent on sufficient enrollment.

Estimated Program Costs
MDiv-Sp 72 credit hoursFees for one semesterTotal for one yearFees with the special tuition aid for one semesterTotal for one year with the special tuition aidTotal for MDiv-Sp program with special tuition aid
Tuition Fees$7,110 (790 per credit hour)$18,960$2,250 (250 per credit hour)$6,000$18,000
Activity Fee$30$60$30$60$180
Alumni fee$15$30$15$30$90
Digital Library Fee$50$100$50$100$300
Technology Fee$250$500$250$500$1,500
Orientation (first semester only)$175
Graduation Fee (graduating semester only)$100

Meet the Directors

Rev. Dr. Jorge Ochoa
Director of the Hispanic House of Study
806.762.0201 (Hispanic/Latino Movement of the NWTX Conference)
[email protected]

Rev. Dr. Jorge Ochoais currently the Director of the Hispanic/Latino Movement and Church Development of the Northwest Texas Conference and Chair of the Evangelism Team. He holds a Doctorate in International Relations and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity by United Theological Seminary for his evangelistic work and his dedication to raising the educational level of the Hispanic/Latino community. He has also received the Harry Denman Evangelism Award from The Foundation for Evangelism. His vision and radical evangelistic strategy have achieved a growth of 400% in the Hispanic/Latino community of the NWTX Conference. He has demonstrated exceptional leadership through innovative means to reach the Hispanic/Latino community, outstanding work in church growth, and commitment to forming bridges with beyond the Hispanic community.

Rev. Dr. Ochoa has been an essential partner with United Theological Seminary over the years, offering leadership and support with the Hispanic Christian Academy, the School of Evangelistic Leaders, and Rooted: Church-planting Coaches and Mentors certificate program. Other titles and positions he holds include: Facilitator of Incubators aimed at Hispanic/Latino pastors and leaders as well as multicultural groups, Coach and Mentor of pastors of various conferences, Promotor of the Language School offered to pastors of the NWTX and NM Conferences, and Lecturer for Leaders, Cell Groups, and Discipleship. Dr. Ochoa has promoted the use of media as a fundamental instrument for pastors, especially in evangelization, investing in technology and professional resources, taking the message outside the limits of his conference to be instruments of blessing.

Blanca Emily Weinberg
Administrative Assistant
[email protected]

Born in Bogota, Colombia, mother of two sons, for 8 years worked in Christian chaplaincy and evangelization in Spanish.

She has dedicated herself to providing services to the immigrant community, refugees, and disadvantaged people in Dayton, Ohio.

She is the president and founder of a non-profit organization which provides counseling for those suffering from addictions and domestic violence.

She leads the Spanish ministry at Mosaic Church in Beavercreek.

As the Administrative Assistant of the Hispanic House of Study, she will support students and professors on this successful path of education!


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Requisitos de área y título
Costos estimados del programa

Costos estimados del programa de 72 horas de crédito:

Pago de estudios$7,110 (790 por hora crédito)$18,960$2,250 (250 por hora crédito)$6,000$18,000
Master of Divinity$70,505$41,432
Master of Theological Studies$39,920$15,277
Master of Arts in Christian Ministries$37,205$26,861
Master of Ministry$29,750$17,639
Master of Arts$29,750$15,943

*Precio especial disponible para estudiantes de la Casa de Estudios Hispana

MDiv-Sp 72 horas de créditosCostos por un semestreTotales por un añoCostos con el precio especial por un semestreTotales por un año con el precio especialTotal del programa MDiv-Sp entero con el precio especial
Pago de estudios$7,110 (790 por hora crédito)$18,960$2,250 (250 por hora crédito)$6,000$18,000
Pago de actividad$30$60$30$60$180
Pago de alumnos$15$30$15$30$90
Pago de biblioteca digital$50$100$50$100$300
Pago de tecnologia$250$500$250$500$1,500
Pago de orientación (primer semestre)$175
Pago de graduación (semestre de graduación)$100
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