Degrees and Programs

To live into God’s call requires vocational courage. We will walk alongside you and help you think creatively and prayerfully about your calling. The leaders we prepare will not just manage churches, organizations, and institutions, but will lead movements in their local communities and our world.

Apply for our Master degree programs by Aug 1, 2024, and you could be eligible for a minimum 50% scholarship, up to 100% of tuition.

Discern God’s will and claim your unique call

Garrett’s degree programs integrate rigorous academic study with real-world experiences, priming graduates to address challenges in congregations, communities, and academia.

On-Campus and/or Online


The Master of Divinity program equips persons for the both ordained and non-ordained ministry settings.

On-Campus and Hybrid


Through coursework, experiential learning in field placements, and reflective practices with peers and faculty, Master of Arts in Faith, Culture, and Educational Leadership students will develop integrative projects that demonstrate their capacities to offer collaborative, participatory, and emancipatory educational intervention, innovation, or experimentation that address specific needs and concerns of specific communities or contexts.

On-Campus and Hybrid


The Master of Arts in Pastoral Care and Counseling program is focused on integrating theology with psychological theories through two distinct tracks: the Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Track and the Clinical Track.

On-Campus and Hybrid


Students in the Master of Arts in Public Ministry program aspire to fulfill their Christian vocations to love God and serve neighbor through public ministries of advocacy, organizing, and justice-making in collaboration with other communities of faith and conscience.

On-Campus and/or Online


The Master of Theological Studies program provides the background for preparation for the doctoral study of religion. It can also be combined with another professional degree to provide the foundation for a career in religious leadership in a variety of ministry settings.



The Doctor of Ministry program connects faith leaders with each other, with scholars recognized in their fields, and with distinguished practitioners of Christian ministry.



The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program prepares teachers and scholars for seminaries, church-related colleges, universities, ecumenical agencies, and local congregations.

Explore our non-degree programs

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Faculty who value courage, curiosity, and the church

Our faculty offer more than excellence in teaching and research. Their research and teaching engagement is aimed at making a difference in the church, the academy, and the public square. They work tirelessly to ensure that courageous and talented persons are made ready for ministry in a wide-variety of vocational settings.