The 48 hour-long M.T.S. degree at Truett Seminary provides a basic foundation in biblical and theological disciplines and a concentration in a particular area of study and practice. It is designed to provide students with both a general theological education and the opportunity to concentrate in subjects important to their interests or ministries.
The purpose of the M.T.S. degree is to provide a basic understanding of theological disciplines for further graduate study or for general educational purposes.
All applicants must have completed a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent from an accredited college of university
A completed Truett Seminary application
Ability to meet the financial requirements of the M.T.S.
Introduce students to the history and literature of the Old and New Testament as a basis for appropriate interpretation of the biblical witness.
Engender an appreciation of the church's historic and confessional witness to the Gospel.
Enable students to think theologically and critically.
Involve students in disciplines of spiritual formation.
Provide opportunities and forums to discuss issues of concern, which will provide a basis for lifelong learning.