Earn Your Master of Arts in Christian Ministry online from MBU!
ATTEND FULL OR PART-TIME
The Master of Arts in Christian Ministry degree program is designed for ministry and lay leaders, church staff workers, professional Christian educators serving in both secondary and higher education, ministers seeking continuing education and individuals that desire a more informed perspective on faith and life. The flexible schedule at MBU allows you to take classes when your time permits. Courses are offered year-round and typically meet once a week for eights sessions. Many students also take online courses to fit their particular schedules.
APPLICATION TO LIFE
Learn to merge theological and scholarly study with practical application methods, giving spiritual direction in all aspects of life and ministry leadership.
ORIENTED TO THE LOCAL CHURCH
The Master of Arts in Christian Ministry focuses theological studies on the life of the church with the goal of preparing students for service in local churches and throughout the world.
FAITHFUL TO CHRISTIAN FOUNDATIONS
At Missouri Baptist University the core of a common Christian theology is taught as the expression of divinely-revealed truth, valid for all people, and having life-impact upon all people.
The Master of Christian Ministries at MBU provides individualized degree options with five core areas of emphasis:
LOW TUITION RATES
The cost of enrolling in Missouri Baptist University’s online MACM program, compared to local private and public schools, is one of the lowest in the area. The overall cost of tuition and fees is highly competitive, with financial aid available to eligible students.
GREAT PROGRAM + FACULTY
In 24 months, earn a theological degree that is both practical and foundational. Our qualified professors desire to develop Christ-like leaders that seek to impact contemporary society. The degree program is built for both lay leaders and ministers alike. From the class times to flexible subject programs, the degree allows you to focus on your current role or your next position. The program may also serve as a “bridge” program for future seminary study.