Huntington University's Graduate Ministry programs prepare students to effectively impact their world for Christ. Our programs challenge students with sound biblical and theological principles to effectively lead ministries to fulfill the mission of the Church. Our two-year programs are offered in a seven-week online structure with each course offered every other year.
Huntington University will engage students with a global mission to create partnerships and to find the population, whether domestic or abroad, to fulfill God's mission.
HU takes a holistic approach to preparing men and women for ministry. Along with preparing students for biblically sound and engaging sermons, they also are prepared to oversee worship, Christian education, and counseling ministries for their churches. Learn more about our two-year Master of Arts degree program in Pastoral Leadership.
Huntington University has been ranked #8 by TheologyDegrees.org’s recent ranking, “The Top 50 Christian Colleges and Universities 2017-2018.”
Huntington University was ranked out of the top 50 protestant and evangelical universities in the United States. The programs were evaluated for affordability, student to faculty ratio and graduation rate. Special features or attributes were also factored in to the ranking.
“Receiving this recognition from Theology Degrees is certainly an…
Eric Carter and Brian Leslie
It’s just like in kindergarten – no one likes doing anything alone. And the idea doesn’t change much when you are in graduate school. Brian Leslie and Eric Carter were two of Huntington University’s four students to graduate in 2010 with the first Master of Arts degrees in youth ministry leadership. The online hybrid program prepares graduates to influence the practice of youth ministry…
Dr. Luke Fetters is the director of the Institute for TESOL Studies. From 1987 until 1997, Fetters served as the director of the English Language Program, a conversational English program for adults in Macau, China.