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Dallas Theological Seminary Adds 2 New Degrees and Expands 100% Online Offerings
DTS Announces Two New Degree Programs and the Expansion of 100% Online Degree Options

Dallas Theological Seminary
May 19, 2020

DALLAS, May 19, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ -- Dallas Theological Seminary is excited to announce the addition of two new master's degree programs to the curriculum for the upcoming academic year, bringing the total number of graduate degrees offered to 17. The Seminary is also expanding the number of master's degrees that are available 100 percent online by adding six degrees to the two currently offered.

MA in Chaplaincy and Ministry Care (MACP)
The new 79-hour MACP degree program will help students in ministries of care (such as vocational chaplaincy roles in the military, law enforcement, hospital/healthcare, and corporate arenas) to counsel others in the areas of trauma care, grief, ethics, and more. Find out more specifics about the program at www.dts.edu/macp.

MA in Apologetics and Evangelism (MAAE)
The new 69-hour MAAE degree program is for those passionate about sharing their faith and defending the truth in a winsome and gracious manner. The program builds on DTS's Bible and theology core, adding in courses in philosophical apologetics, relational evangelism, and a defense of the key issues such as the reliability of scriptures and the historicity of the resurrection. Find out more about the MAAE at www.dts.edu/maae.

Fully Online Professional MAs
Starting in fall 2020, the MA in Christian Education, MA in Christian Leadership, MA of Arts in Cross-cultural Ministry, MA in Media Arts and Worship, and the new MA in Chaplaincy and Ministry Care, and MA in Apologetics and Evangelism will be available entirely online for working adults. These online courses mean that students no longer need to travel to campus to complete their degree programs, enabling them to continue serving their local community while they learn.

With these new programs and the increased availability of our 100% online offerings, DTS can now train more students to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and to fulfill our mission "to glorify God by equipping godly servant-leaders for the proclamation of His Word and the building up of the body of Christ worldwide."

Read DTS's full announcement at voice.dts.edu/article/new-degree-programs-and-the-expansion-of-online-degree-options/

SOURCE Dallas Theological Seminary

CONTACT: Edward Herrelko, eherrelko@dts.edu

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