The purpose of the Master of Arts in Ministry to Women is to prepare students for effective ministry through courses that focus on roles of biblical womanhood, teaching and discipleship and evangelism specifically to women.

Courses will provide an overview of biblical womanhood, insight into counseling, teaching and discipling women and girls and instruction in the practical outworking of the Christian life. The program will also provide opportunities for guided experience through a supervised field ministry requirement, thus enabling students to apply the knowledge gained in the classroom. Admission to this program is limited to women holding a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent who also meet all other admission requirements for the seminary. This degree can be completed through a combination of online and hybrid courses. Students can live where they serve and still get a robust theological education.

  • Available as Distance Learning

  • On-Campus

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At a Glance

  • 37

    Master of Arts hours

  • 9

    Ministry to Women hours

  • 3

    Ministry to Women elective hours

  • 49

    Total Credit hours

Program Courses

At my church, we are about the great commission but it was during my time at Southeastern that I learned how to better understand and emphasize it in my own church context.

Lissy Sandoval MDiv in Ministry to Women

MA in Context

What can I do with this degree?

  • Develop ministry opportunities specifically to women in the local church

  • Serve missions organizations as they minister to women in global contexts

  • Serve as an executive for non-profit organizations for women

  • Write for Christian literary publications

What courses will I take?

Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.

CED 6210 – Foundations for Ministry to Women
CED 6260 – Biblical Theology of Womanhood
BCO 5501 – Counseling Women

  • At Southeastern, we care about our mission and the students who participate in it. People matter because the mission matters.

    Christy Thornton

Have more questions? Connect with our MA Admissions counselor.