A New Pathway for Theological Education
Gain a master’s degree while continuing to lead in your area of ministry with Monday-only classes.
Through the Monday Masters program, students can earn a 36-hour M.A. in under two years by taking two residential Monday-only classes plus at least one online course, per semester. Ideal for students who work in ministry full-time and want to experience classes in-person from the Rawlings School of Divinity leading faculty.
Do you live in Virginia, North Carolina, or South Carolina? You could qualify for the full-tuition Keesee scholarship when you take these Monday-only master’s courses. Visit www.liberty.edu/divinityscholarships for more information.
This pathway applies to these master’s degrees:
- Master of Arts in Bible Exposition
- Master of Arts in Christian Ministry
- Master of Arts in Religion
- Master of Arts in Theological Studies
Monday Block Schedule
1. RTCH 500
2. GLST 650
- NBST 515
- NBST 610
1. DSMN 500
2. APOL 500
3. HOMI 500
4. NGRK 505
- THEO 525
- OBST 515
1. THEO 530
2. GLST 650
- RTCH 500
- OBST 520
- NBST 520
- EVAN 525
- HOMI 601
- OTCL 505
- LEAD 510
- CHHI 510
*these schedules are subject to change.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to complete the degree in two years?
No. Students may take courses at their own pace.
Are there any extra fees related to Monday Master’s classes?
There are no additional fees beyond what a student would be required to pay by taking the course on campus during any other time. For more information on university tuition and fees, see Student Financial Services.
How should I apply for the Monday Master’s program?
There is no special application other than the standard application for admission. Pay close attention to when resident registration opens up. Monday classes are popular and fill up fast!
Can I take Monday Master’s classes without relocating to Lynchburg?
Yes. Students are welcome to take Monday Master’s courses and commute to campus.