Houston Theological Seminary
A Christian Theological Seminary in Texas
Houston Theological Seminary is an evangelical and multi-denominational community, which exists as a graduate school within Houston Baptist University to provide a Christ-centered biblical education for the church and for the city. Drawing on our foundation in biblical studies, our goal is to bring together the best of missional and academic resources to further the Kingdom of God. We partner with Second Baptist Church Houston so our ministry classes are taught by those on the front lines. Students also have access to graduate level courses from other parts of the university, such as the business school, to supplement their theological education for the practicalities of modern ministry.
Graduate Programs at our Houston Seminary
We offer a range of programs that bring together the life of faith, academic study, and the practice of ministry. Not sure which degree is right for you? Check out these further details about our different degree programs.
- Master of Divinity (MDiv) – 75 hours
- MA in Christian Leadership (MACL) – 40 hours
- MA in Theological Studies (MATS) – 40 hours
- MA in Apologetics (MAA) – 36 hours
- MA in Biblical Languages (MABL) – 36 hours
- MA in Classics & Early Christianity (MACEC) – 36 hours
- Doctor of Ministry (DMin) – 30 hours
Distinctive Elements of our Texas Seminary School
Houston Theological Seminary is a special place shaped by a vibrant faith and a diverse community. Why HTS?
- Study with the Authors
- Biblical Foundation
- Flexible and Accessible
- Spiritual Formation
- Hands-On Ministry Internships
- Graduate Certificates
Take the Next Steps
Learn more information about HBU’s Graduate School.
For Admissions questions regarding Houston Theological Seminary, please contact The Graduate School.
Surveyors – A surveyor is someone who is taking a course in a not-for-credit capacity, simply for one’s own enjoyment and personal development. Please note that any courses taken as a surveyor will not count for credit in the future either. Find out about the current opportunities to audit/survey a class.
There are a variety of ways to engage the Department of Theology: we’re on Facebook, we offer an annual Theology Conference, and we have regular lectures by preeminent scholars as part of the A.O. Collins Lecture Series.