Denver Seminary is a graduate level institution and provides a wide variety of degrees which are associated with seminaries. It is an evangelical institution. The academics have a firm base in spirituality. Denver Seminary was established in the year 1950. It was founded by members of the Conservative Baptist Association. The School was formerly known as Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary. In 1998 it finally got its present name. In 2005 it moved to its present campus location in Littleton. Earlier it was in Englewood. Denver Seminary is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools, Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs, and North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
MDiv with a Chaplaincy concentration
MDiv with a concentration in Christian Formation and Soul Care
MDiv with a concentration in Intercultural Ministry
MDiv with a concentration in Leadership
MDiv with a concentration in Youth and Family Ministries
MA in Counseling Ministries with a concentration in Chaplaincy
MA in Christian Formation and Soul Care
MA in Counseling (Community Counseling)
MA in Leadership
MA in Leadership with a concentration in Intercultural Ministry
MA in Youth and Family Ministries
The programs at Denver Seminary prepare the students for Christian leadership and academic programs with a firm base in Christianity and spirituality. It offers graduate and post graduate programs. Master of Arts and Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees are provided at Denver. Some of the degree programs offered at Denver Seminary are:
Online application forms are available for the students when the students are applying at Denver Seminary. The prospective students need to pay a non-refundable application fee of $35. Completed forms will only be accepted. Four reference letters are required from a pastor, a friend, and a professor. One should be from a pastor. Official Transcripts from each college attended before, Spouse or divorce statement if applicable, are also required to be sent. Students should keep note of the application deadlines. International students need to send extra documents like TOEFL scores, and financial verification form. Students can apply for scholarship programs too.
Denver offers on-campus accommodation. Its new campus has 93 rentable units, which includes1, 2, and 3 bedroom flats. Each unit is furnished with an oven, refrigerator, and a dishwasher. Laundry facility is available. Rental rates are quite affordable which includes sewage, water, and Internet access. There is off-campus facility also if a student wishes to stay off-campus. There are thousands of options just walking distance from the Denver campus. Denver provides assistance in finding off-campus residences.
6399 South Santa Fe Drive,
Littleton, CO, USA 80120