Graduate Degree Program

The graduate program is devoted to the centrality of Scripture, the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and a Pentecostal viewpoint in theology, ministry, and life. Pastoral Leadership, Church Planting & Revitalization, Preaching, and Spiritual Formation are key aspects of the program. Positive and encouraging interaction among peers and mentors creates an environment conducive to transformation, thus enabling the leaders to engage in effective Pentecostal ministry.

Master of Arts in Practical Theology

So glad you are here! My name is David and I’m the Director of Recruiting. Our team would be more than happy to assist you in answering any questions you may have. Please contact us with any questions or to chat about our graduate program offerings.

 

 

Email me or call me at (978) 478-3492

David Munley

Director of Recruiting, Northpoint Bible College

Degree Program and Details

 

By expanding the leader’s breadth of Scripture, the Masters of Arts in Practical Theology will take the student through enhanced hermeneutical skills and an appreciation of historical theology, and by augmenting the leader’s understanding of theology for ministry and life in an academic environment is challenging yet richly rewarding. The advanced study of Scripture provides the means for a better understanding of the triune God and His Kingdom, a deeper appreciation for and understanding of Pentecostalism, personal transformation, and for exploring the nature of ministry.

 

Choose from 4 Concentrations

  1. Pastoral Leadership Development
  2. Preaching
  3. Spiritual Formation
  4. Church Planting & Revitalization

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Northpoint's Transfer of Credit Policy?

Student should request an official transcript from all colleges he/she has attended. The official transcript from an accredited college or university should be submitted to the Office of the Registrar at the time of application. Only courses in which a grade of C or better was earned will be considered. Once the transcript is evaluated the student will be notified, as will the Financial Aid office, to the number of credits being transferred into Northpoint. Only credits that go toward a student’s program will be transferred. Students must complete their last 30 hours of credits through Northpoint in order to graduate with a degree or certificate. Requests for credits to be transferred in following matriculation must be approved by the Dean of Academics.

What are my housing options?

We offer a few housing options for those looking to obtain a Master's degree from Northpoint.
 
We also offer married housing apartments at the price of $600/month. Married apartments are limited. Please let us know if you are interested in this housing option upon initial application!

Can this degree be attained at night or online?

Master’s courses are available in an intensive format, which essentially means that for each course you will have 2.5 days of in-seat time. The remainder of your course work including discussions, lectures, and student/teacher interaction will be online via the Northpoint's Instructure Canvas.
 
We do not offer night courses. Classes are typically held between the hours of 8am and 5pm.

How much does the Graduate program cost?

Our fee per credit hour is $435 plus applicable fees. Please see the following link for our
Graduate Fee Schedule.

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