About the Seminary
Read about Gordon-Conwell's history, accreditation, mission and community life statements, basis of faith, and a message from our president.
Meet the distinguished members of Gordon-Conwell's faculty from all four campuses.
Admissions and Financial Assistance
Learn about the admissions process, requirements, scholarships, and tuition assistance programs for prospective students.
Read in-depth information about all the degree programs and other educational opportunities offered at Gordon-Conwell.
All Degree Programs
Master of Divinity
Master of Arts in Christian Ministries
Master of Arts in Christian Counseling
Master of Arts in Christian Leadership
Master of Arts in Religion
Master of Arts in Christian Thought
Master of Arts in Biblical Studies
Master of Arts in Old Testament
Master of Arts in New Testament
Online Degree Programs
Certificate in Christian Studies
Certificate in Ministry Among Emerging Generations
Diploma in Lutheran Studies
Doctor of Ministry
Explore seminary resources available to students, alumni, and pastors.
Carolina Theological Consortium
The Harold John Ockenga Institute
Pierce Center for Disciple Building
Dimensions of the Faith
Placement and Career Services
Course Schedules, Syllabi and Descriptions
One feature which makes the Charlotte campus unique is our flexible course schedules, designed to accommodate the busy lives of working adults and those currently serving in ministry. Students from all over the Southeast, and even from around the world, find it convenient to study through the Charlotte campus.
Our class formats include:
- Weekend schedules (Friday evening and Saturday, meeting one weekend / month)
- Weekday and weeknight schedules
- Week-intensive courses
- Web-enhanced courses (online with a 3-day residency)
- Fully online Semlink+
Access the complete list of all courses offered at Gordon-Conwell, along with brief descriptions, terms offered, and prerequisite information for advanced-level courses.