School of Divinity

Regent University’s School of Divinity is a renewal-perspective, interdenominational school of theology for all who want to follow their faith into ministry education for the 21st century. As a seminary student, you’ll receive first-rate curriculum in biblical interpretation, theology and Christian history to guide you to begin leading, or lead more effectively, within your ministry.

Regent’s seminary school is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools to offer master’s degrees in practical theology and divinity completely online, with no residency requirements. We also offer flexible on-campus and low-residency options at Virginia Beach. Whether you choose to become a minister, teach in the academy, join the military, or serve on the mission field, you can change the world through the Gospel.

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