The MDiv at The Seattle School emphasizes praxis rooted in critical thought. Students are put through the rigors and challenges of academic study. Our commitment to a thorough education is evident by our student’s ability to engage in deep theological dialogue with curiosity. Students are set up to continue their academic plans through the DMin or PhD programs of their choice.

The Integrative Project serves as a capstone that articulates theological work around your specific field of study and sets you up to graduate as a life-long learner around your particular passions and calling.

MDiv students interested in further education use their Integrative Project to discern which academic direction they will go in.


Alumnae Kj Swanson

Ph.D. Candidate at University of St Andrews

“The Seattle School not only prepared me to pursue a PhD, it shaped my dream of doing it. The academic environment of The Seattle School fostered in me a desire to seek deeper questions instead of simple answers. Humility, curiosity and the willingness to be transformed are hallmarks of The Seattle School. It shaped me to value these qualities within learning and within relationship, equipping me to face the competitive environment of higher academia with a spirit that values dialogue and discovery.”


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Degree Description

Find out how we are redefining graduate education with our MDiv degree.

Course Curriculum

Learn about the courses you will engage as an MDiv student.

Year-By-Year Overview

Learn about the intentional design of our MDiv program.

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