The Master of Divinity (M.Div) degree at Truett Seminary intends to provide graduate theological education that is centered in the gospel of Jesus Christ and consistent with historic Baptist commitments to prepare persons to carry this gospel to the churches and the world.
Qualifications for admission to Truett Seminary
|M.Div./M.T.S./MACM|| May 1
|| November 15
|| April 1
| Doctor of Ministry
|| February 1
You can browse Truett's course offerings by semester or search for specific courses on the Baylor University Registrar's Schedule of Classes. Select your desired semester and click "Search Courses."
All students who attend Truett Seminary receive scholarships. Full-tuition scholarships are available to qualified students on a limited basis. Baptist students receive 70% scholarships through the Baptist student scholarship. We encourage our applicants to make a realistic assessment of their resources for financing their seminary education in view of the graduate tuition and fee schedule, the cost of living, and various financial aid resources that are available.