The graduate school offers several options to complete your graduate degree. Residential programs can be completed as a full-time or part-time student, while the flexible learning programs enable you to keep your job while earning your degree with a schedule that works around you.
Residential Graduate Programs
Degrees offered in the residential format are primarily completed through face-to-face courses on Wheaton College’s campus. Students complete their degree as full-time or part-time students. Unless otherwise indicated, all of the doctoral and masters programs follow a residential format. This format offers:
- more interaction with professors and classmates
- constant immersion in the learning environment
- consistent access to the myriad of academic resources and events
- the opportunity to be involved in the benefits of Wheaton College student life
Part-time Evening Cohort
The M.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies degree is allows those who have to work during the day to complete their degree through night courses. It is offered in a cohort model where students stay together as a group throughout three years of study, taking weekly evening classes, one night per week, and two one-week intensive courses each year. The part-time cohort fosters a strong community of classmates who stay together throughout the program.
Flexible Learning Programs
Our Flexible Learning programs allow you to stay in your current job and apply what you have learned in class immediately to your current ministry. The flexible coursework is delivered through a variety of blended learning formats. Learn more about Flexible Learning Programs..
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