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The Master of Missional Leadership
The Master of Missional Leadership is a 36-hour graduate degree program in missional leadership. This unique cohort program includes a course on discipleship (Leader as Disciple), three missional leadership courses (Missional Christology, Missional Ecclesiology and Missional Missiology), three leadership courses based on the triperspectival paradigm (Leader as Prophet, Leader as Priest and Leader as King), Missional Coaching and a Master’s Thesis. This program focuses on training missional leaders to serve the Church to transform cultures for Christ by staying culturally accessible and Biblically faithful. Students experience cohort-based (small group) interactive learning within teams of campus pastors, church planters, and Biblical living, worship, and administrative pastors.
The innovative delivery system includes three one-week intensives and six weekend seminars all taught by nationally recognized pastor/scholars. The entire program is completed in one year and can be done in residence or at one of the regional Re:Train sites in Seattle, Raleigh or Nashville. The courses within the Master of Missional Leadership are only available for those accepted into the degree program. Singles course offerings are not available. Program duration is one year and cannot be taken over multiple years.
An undergraduate degree or demonstrated life and ministry experience is required for admission.
For 2010, this program is offered in Seattle, WA, Nashville, TN and Raleigh, NC.
See the “Course Calendar” page for specific program dates. Course schedule will be confirmed upon student’s admission to Re:Train.
The Master of Biblical & Theological Studies
The Master of Biblical and Theological Studies (MBTS) is a 36-hour, foundational and integrative graduate degree program designed to deepen and broaden education in Biblical and theological studies, cultivate mature understanding of the Christian faith, survey themes of Scripture and consider the Church’s relationships from Biblical, historical, and theological perspectives. Additionally, exegetical and expositional fidelity will be a focus of this program.
The courses in this program include: Basic and Intermediate Greek, New Testament, Old Testament, Systematic Theology, Biblical Theology, Apologetics, Perspectives and Religious Affections.
Seattle Method: The MBTS in Seattle is a university-style program consisting of two semesters. Each semester consists of six courses offered once a week for 15 weeks. Some courses may be offered in week-long or weekend seminars.
Albuquerque Method: The MBTS in Albuquerque is a two-year program. Students participate through month-long courses of personal study that culminate in Friday/Saturday weekend intensive sessions, once per month. The delivery system is much like Re:Train’s Master of Missional Leadership program.
For 2010, this program is offered in Seattle, WA, and Albuquerque, NM. For full-time degree-seeking students, program duration is one year in Seattle and two years in Albuquerque. Despite designed program lengths, degree-seeking students can participate in the program on a single or multiple year completion track. See the “Course Calendar” page for specific program dates. Course schedule will be confirmed upon student’s admission to Re:Train.
An undergraduate degree or demonstrated life and ministry experience is required for this degree.