Pittsburgh: Mobile Programs
In Pittsburgh, DTS has been offering three mobile programs: MACL, MACS, and CGS.
- Master of Arts in Christian Leadership
- The MACL enables you to stay in your current ministry while DTS partners with local church and parachurch ministries to offer a seminary degree. DTS tailored the program to help you better love and serve your people. You’ll learn alongside other like-minded leaders working for the good of your community and city.
- Master of Arts (Christian Studies)
- The MACS provides a strong foundation for Christians living out their faith in any setting. It is designed primarily for lay leaders who desire training so as to better serve within their church or parachurch organization.
- Certificate of Graduate Studies
- The CGS provides Christian laypersons who desire a short program of seminary studies to equip them for effective ministry in the local church or missionary candidates who anticipate service in nonprofessional ministries whose mission board requires graduate study in Bible and theology.
How It Works
There are three types of courses offered in the Mobile MACL, MACS, and CGS—courses in your city, in Dallas, and online. We have specifically designed the course rotation so that every other semester either we send a professor to you to teach a live course, or you come to Dallas for specially designed courses for Mobile MACL, MACS, and CGS students.
|Year 1||BE101||ST101 BE102||ST102 RS101||DTS sends professors to you for Bible (BE) and theology (ST), and you begin online courses.|
|Year 2||SL305 BE103||BE104 ST103||CE105 BE105SF Intro||A one-week trip to Dallas in the fall and another in the summer for courses and fellowship.|
|Year 3||ST104 BE106||PM101BE107||BE109ST105||DTS again sends professor to you, and you begin Spiritual Formation groups.|
|Year 4||ARPSL801||ST106 SL802 Graduation!||Earn credit in your ministry (SL), complete a research project (ARP), and graduate in Dallas.|
Master of Arts in Christian Leadership
The MACL is a 62-hour program that prepares graduates for organizational leadership roles in a wide variety of ministry settings, from the church to the marketplace.Pastor Keith Twigg works on his MA/CL from the west coast.
Master of Arts (Christian Studies)
The 62-hour MACS degree is for lay leaders serving in capacities other than vocational ministry. This degree provides a strong foundation for Christians living out their faith in any setting.Jennie Allen equips women to serve others.