Theological and applied knowledge for the professional pastor.
One program. Two degrees. Earn your MDiv with MBA today.
Ordering the life of a congregation can require pastoral oversight of financial, personnel and strategic decisions.
Elevate your leadership skills by adding a Master of Business Administration (MBA) to your Master of Divinity (MDiv).
Dakota Wesleyan University and United Theological Seminary have joined forces to offer a new program in which future church leaders can earn two master’s degrees. Through this program, earn a Master of Divinity (MDiv) from United and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at DWU to develop theological and applied knowledge for effective church management.
- 60 credits toward completion of United’s MDiv, with coursework encompassing biblical studies, church history and theology, practical theology, contextual ministries, and denominational studies.
- 30 credits in the DWU program with an emphasis on non-profit church administration.
- Upon completion of both programs, receive the MDiv from United and the MBA from DWU
United Theological Seminary is one of 13 seminaries of The United Methodist Church, offering master’s and doctoral theological degrees to prepare faithful and fruitful Christian leaders who make disciples of Jesus Christ. The seminary was established in 1871 by the Board of Education of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, which was chaired by Bishop Milton Wright, father of aviation pioneers Wilbur and Orville. For the past 150 years, United has been dedicated to the education of men and women for Christian ministry with academic programs and community outreach that are both local and global within the historic traditions of the United Brethren, Evangelical United Brethren and United Methodist churches. Learn more at www.united.edu.