03/Master's Degrees

Learning our times
Leading our times
Leader of our times
PTSA

PTSA, Cultivating tomorrow’s leaders, today.

PTSA’s diverse degree programs are designed to produce tomorrow’s leaders that resemble Jesus Christ:
competent leaders with Christian worldviews and a creative mind.
The mission of PTSA is to train students to lead a mission-oriented life:
that is to lead a Christ centered life with the knowledge of knowing JesusChrist
and becoming mature in his character, at wherever God might lead
(multi-generationally, multi-ethnically, multi-racially) and to guide others to the same path.

Profound Preparation

Theology that does not waiver, in a time of rapid change.
Spirituality that Unites, in a society that alienates.

All programs at PTSA are centered around building spiritual maturity based on the Gospel and education rooted in the bible.
Our goal is to cultivate spiritual leaders in all different sectors of society,
that are balanced in piety and academics so that the kingdom of God may be realized on earth.

How Can We Help?

The academic programs at PTSA prepare students to become spiritual leaders in both the church as well as in different fields of the society.
PTSA offers diverse learning platforms that can be optimized to fit individual learning styles and needs, to help achieve their academic goals.

All baccalaureate programs offered at PTSA utilize the concepts of each course and the gifts of individuals to produce pragmatic, hands-on,
Christians that will serve the church and the community.

All baccalaureate programs offered at PTSA utilize the concepts of each course, dispositions of each person, and their practical experience,
to develop Christian leaders of the church and the community.

Program Overview

Synchronous and asynchronous classes are offered in all programs.

PTSA EDUCATION SYSTEM,
CUSTOMIZED TO YOU.

PTSA’s education system differentiates itself from existing online education models where recorded classes are simply uploaded for viewing. Rather, it offers a virtual campus function that allows you to bring the classroom experience to where you are, when you want. By enabling students to choose the time and place to experience the course, it has eliminated the limits of traditional online/offline courses and it has created an educational institute that is able to overcome geographical limitations and cater to the global audience.

English Master of Divinity 74Credits On Campus & Blended/ Online 3 years >>
M.Div.(Korean) 74Credits On Campus & Blended/ Online 3 years >>
M.Div-Professional Chaplaincy 89Credits On Campus & Blended/ Online 3 years >>
M.Div-Professional Coaching 89Credits On Campus & Blended/ Online 3 years >>
M.A.I.C.S. 43Credits On Campus & Blended/ Online 2 years >>
M.A.C.P. 48Credits On Campus & Blended/ Online 2 years >>
M.A.MFT 72Credits On Campus & Blended/ Online 3 years >>
M.A.P.C. 36Credits On Campus & Blended/ Online 2 years >>

“Passionate professors providing in-depth knowledge and isdom to students eager to learn” .

“Theology program teaches that the only true hope is in Jesus Christ nd how to live the life befitting that faith.”

FAQ

A: M.Div, MAICS and MAPC programs require applicants to hold a bachelor's degree from a 4-year accredited university, approved by the Academic Affairs Committee. For the MACP program, applicants must also hold a bachelor's degree from a 4-year accredited university and have completed an introductory course in psychology or a related field at the undergraduate level. (Students who have not taken the introductory psychology course can enroll in the course at our institution after admission.)

A: Students are required to complete 89 credits (59 compulsory credits + 30 elective credits). Twice a year (in May and December), students must submit ministry evaluations conducted by ministry supervisors. Additionally, students are required to submit monthly ministry reports. Successful completion of the Bible exam is mandatory, with a passing score set at 70 or above out of 100. The Thesis, worth 6 credits, is optional and is calculated within the 33 elective credits, not as a compulsory requirement

A: Students are required to complete 43 credits (25 compulsory credits + 18 elective credits). The Student Missional Ministry Report is a mandatory component of the missiology program, where students, based on their mission goals and interests, engage in practical training in various ministry areas within local churches under the supervision of a pastor or ministry supervisor. Student ministry credits amount to 1 credit, with 0.5 credits awarded for each semester over 2 semesters.

A: Students are required to complete 48 credits (30 compulsory credits + 12 elective credits + 6 practicum credits). All portfolio course grades must be B- or higher, and students must maintain a grade point average of 2.5/4.0 or above.

A: Students are required to complete 36 credits (24 compulsory credits + 12 elective credits ). All portfolio course grades must be B- or higher, and students must maintain a grade point average of 2.5/4.0 or above.

A: Of course. To obtain a U.S. Chaplaincy license after graduation, you will need to complete about a year of internship and pass an interview.