Since 1986 Faith Baptist Theological Seminary has been involved with the advanced training of men and women for the studying of God's Word on the next level. One of the benefits of studying at FBTS is our unique module format which allows you to stay with your current full-time ministry or take a minimal amount of time away from work and family while earning a complete degree (Masters of Arts in Religion, Pastoral Studies, Biblical Studies, or Theological Studies can all be entirely earned by module) or earning credit towards a Masters of Divinity Degree.
Our one week module courses cover in a concentrated form the materially normally given throughout an entire semester. Classes usually meet in the morning or afternoon allowing you time to study throughout the week as you take the course. Homework for the class is assigned during the week but not due until much later in the semester, as in a traditional classroom schedule.
Hundreds of pastors, teachers, missionaries, chaplains, as well as Sunday school teachers, deacons, businessmen, and others interested in taking an indepth look at the Scriptures have studied at FBTS and are now using their training to make an eternal impact in the lives of others.
Interested in seeing what classes are available? Click here [link to module brochure] to find out what modules would most benefit your educational and ministry needs.
Requirements for Graduation
Faith Baptist Theological Seminary
Faith Baptist Theological Seminary exists to provide an advanced Biblical, theological, and ministerial education at the graduate level with the goal of preparing Bible expositors to serve effectively in Christian ministry through leadership positions within Baptist fundamentalism.
At Faith you will be challenged to interpret the Bible on your own and to reflect thoroughly on your own beliefs. Most importantly, you will be grounded in God's Word so that you will be able to minister effectively and share your faith in any situation.
Dr. Robert Domokos, longtime professor of Pastoral Training and former president, retires after 44 years of effective ministry at Faith. Read More
Dr. David Boylan, science and math professor at Faith and former interim president, retires after a distinguished academic career. Read More
Dr. Ken Rathbun, a Faith grad and veteran missionary educator, appointed vice president for academic services and dean of the college. Read More
Dr. Dean Taylor named the new professor of Pastoral Training succeeding the retiring Dr. Robert Domokos. Read More