Recognizing that today’s students have different academic needs and are at different stages in their lives, Bethel Seminary offers a variety of options for study. Students can study at one of Bethel Seminary's two campuses by either regularly attending face to face courses, or by taking intensive courses through the InMinistry Degree Program.
Our largest campus, occupying 245 wooded acres, including a spring-fed lake, provides three unique study options:
- Traditional programs offer courses on campus mostly during weekday mornings and afternoons.
- SemPM is a structured modular program offering evening courses for working professionals and persons in vocational ministry.
- InMinistry and Doctor of Ministry degree programs are available electronically to individuals who are already established in ministry and can spend only limited time on campus in St. Paul.
Our recently expanded campus now includes a new 380-seat auditorium, additional classrooms, offices, and a larger student center allowing students two study options.
- Traditional programs offer conveniently scheduled classes during afternoons and evenings to accommodate working professionals and persons in vocational ministry.
- InMinistry makes master’s programs available electronically to individuals who are already established in ministry and can spend only limited time on campus in San Diego.
Our InMinistry and Doctor of Ministry programs, designed for students who are actively involved in ministry and can’t relocate to seminary, combine distance learning with intensive, on-campus classes.