The Wheaton Biblical and Theological Studies graduate program provides both a theological base and methodological skills for doctoral work and for use in a variety of ministries. Among these are teaching, campus ministries, missions, evangelism, writing and research, administration, church and parachurch groups, lay persons in various fields, and personal enrichment. The programs in the Biblical and Theological Studies graduate department stress the concepts, principles, history, and methods of the theological disciplines.
The Graduate Biblical and Theological Studies Department provides a scholarly, helpful, and understanding atmosphere in which students confront both traditional and contemporary interpretations and issues. It is committed to helping students formulate and articulate a biblical and global understanding of life and ministry in a setting committed to traditional biblical Christianity.