In this new series, we’re offering a glimpse of how theological education can enrich your understanding of the world, deepen your faith and support your calling.
Gordon-Conwell is dedicated to providing a biblically grounded and culturally relevant theological education, whether you are able to attend a campus full-time, part-time or need your education delivered online.
Nestled in the hills of Boston’s beautiful North Shore, our main campus and headquarters spans 118 acres of lush greenery, just minutes from the ocean. A residential campus with a traditional education model, Gordon-Conwell—Hamilton boasts a world-renowned faculty and countless opportunities for spiritual growth, study and fellowship.
Our Boston campus, known as the Center for Urban Ministerial Education (CUME), is located in the city and exists for the city. Our academic programs are contextualized for our diverse student body ministering to a richly diverse community.
Our Charlotte campus employs an adult model of education (offering evening, weekend and online courses) designed to address the needs of students who are actively engaged in ministry and to involve local churches and ministries in the educational experience.
Our Jacksonville campus offers a flexible educational format that fits around your schedule. Classes are offered on weekends, evenings and in one-week intensives.
We understand that accessibility and flexibility are high priorities in your decision-making. That’s why every degree program on all of our campuses can be completed up to 50% online through our Digital Live, web-enhanced or Semlink courses. Currently, we also offer 16 MA programs that can be completed up to 66% online. *Th.M. not included.
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