Washington, DC Campus
Taking a class in DC is like taking a class in Texas—you get the real thing—but you benefit from the “family feel” created by extended class days and a smaller campus.
Study at DTS-DC and transform the DMV
DTS-DC equips DMV Christians to teach truth and love well in their professional networks regionally to extend Christ’s kingdom globally. When you join the DC student body, you’ll share life with men and women, young and “seasoned,” who work in church, parachurch, and national industries.
Easily accessible from major routes
Our DC campus is hosted by McLean Bible Church’s Prince William Campus in Manassas, VA. Take Exit 47 of off I-66 (Sudley Rd. and State Route 234 North).
McLean Bible Church – Prince William Campus
10002 Battleview Pkwy
Manassas, VA 20109
Come and See
We would love to have you as our guest! Whether you are just curious or have already been accepted as a new student, visiting campus adds a dimension of experience that makes all the difference. Come and see what makes DTS unique! See below for details on how to visit our Dallas campus for a Seminary Preview Day.
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The best of both Online and On-campus
Our flexible hybrid model combines online lectures with on-campus sessions, taught by the same faculty you’d meet in Texas. A typical class only requires three trips to campus per semester for Saturday sessions. This course staggering enables you to take more than one on-campus class during a semester.
Meet the DTS-DC Team
Our resident staff and faculty are here to serve you.
Earn a degree, enhance your ministry…here!
No need to uproot your life in order to deepen your knowledge and broaden your skills. DTS-DC exists to train you for more effective ministry right here, right where you are. We offer a full range of degrees, so let us help you find your fit.
|Ministry Master’s Degrees|
|Master of Theology (ThM)||120|
|MA in Biblical Counseling (MABC)||90|
|MA in Christian Education (MACE)||66|
|MA in Christian Leadership (MACL)||63|
|MA in Cross-Cultural Ministries (MACM)||64|
|MA in Media Arts and Worship (MAMW)||66|
|General Academic Programs|
|Master of Arts (TS, OT, NT majors) (MA)||60|
|MA (Biblical Linguistics) (MABEL)||62|
|MA (Christian Studies) (MACS)||62|
|Master of Biblical and Theological Studies (MBTS)||36|
|Certificate of Graduate Studies (CGS)||30|
|Doctoral and Postgraduate|
|Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)||35|
|Doctor of Ministry (DMin)||30|
|Doctor of Educational Ministry (DEdMin)||39|
|Master of Sacred Theology (STM)||30|
Upcoming DC campus classes
Come for a visit any time. There’s no better way to “take a test drive” than to sit in on class and experience seminary first-hand. And we’d love to show you around!
Summer 2018 Courses
|1||BE105||The Gospels||Bramer||Fr,Sa 8:00a–4:00p|
|2||EML205||Small Group Process in Ministry||Humphries||06/01; 06/22|
|34||BC305||Counseling and Ethics Practicum I||Woody||Sat 6:00p–9:00p|
|35||BE201||The Story of Scripture: Genesis to Revelation||Yarbrough||Th,Fr,Sa 8:00a–5:00p|
Fall 2018 Courses
|1||BC102||Theological and Psychological Foundations of Counseling||Dickens||08/25; 09/15; 10/13; 09/22; 09/29|
|36||HT101||The Church to the Modern Era||Hannah||08/25; 09/15; 10/27|
|37||NT101||Elements of Greek||Simpson||08/25; 09/29; 10/06; 10/27; 11/03; 12/01; 12/08; 09/08|
|38||NT103||Intermediate Greek||Simpson||08/25; 09/08; 09/29; 10/06; 10/27; 11/03; 12/01; 12/08|
|39||BC305||Counseling and Ethics Practicum I||Woody||Sat 6:00p–8:45p|
|40||BC250||Professional Orientation||Jagers; Salwen||10/13; 09/14; 10/11–12|
|41||BC270||Family Systems||Barnes||11/17; 12/01; 12/08; 12/15; 11/10|
|42||BE101||Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics||Hanna; Gonzales||09/15; 10/13; 11/10|
|43||BE104||OT Prophets||Bramer||09/15; 10/13; 11/10|
|44||EML101||Introduction to Educational Ministries and Leadership||McLaughlin||09/29; 10/20; 11/17|
|7||EML102||EML705 or EML710||EML105|
Graduate from seminary debt-free
With New Student Scholarships, ongoing need-based scholarships, and monthly payments plans, most students pay as they go. If you want to run the numbers, check out our Financial Aid Calculator.
$1000 New Student
Every new student at the DC campus gets an automatic $1,000 scholarship on the first semester.
We have a limited number of $6,000 scholarship awarded to incoming students based on their scholastic achievements and ministry potential.
We’re here to serve our veterans. Check out our VA Benefits page for more information.
Last Year Free
All ThM students receive free tuition for the final 24 required hours of their program.
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