A program intended primarily for persons training for ordained ministry, focused on teaching students to plan for parish growth, encourage lay ministries, and become able preachers, teachers and presiders. Students may also consider combining their Wycliffe M.Div. degree with a Diploma in Spiritual Direction from Regis College concurrently (a total of 35 credits is normally required for both programs instead of 42 credits if done sequentially).
A new track to the MDiv program started in 2010 with a more missional focus which prepares students for a variety of Pioneer Ministries including church planting.
Suited for students who are seeking a general introduction to Christian scholarship and a deepening of the theological foundation of their faith.
This track within the MTS program equips Christian leaders with the passion and skills to serve God’s people in international or urban development.
Intended for those who want theological education primarily through distance learning.
A way to earn two degrees and prepare students for ministry that moves into the community to help bring new life to existing churches.
Intended for lay people who wish to increase their knowledge of the Christian faith, develop skills in practical ministry, and integrate their faith with cultural and professional endeavors.
Designed for students seeking ordination in the Anglican Church who already have a degree in theology from another tradition, or a degree from Wycliffe other than the MDiv.