Prepare for Ministry in the Way of Jesus

Students at Pittsburgh Seminary prepare for ministry in the way of Jesus. Together we welcome neighbors. We share meals, differences, and experiences. We expand our minds. And we are challenged and enriched as we explore the broad range of beliefs we bring to the table. Join us!


Community Organizer

Lee Scott '11
Director of Staff Services, Coalition for Christian Outreach

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Specialized Ministry

The Rev. Melanie Kim-Hamill '12
Campus Minister

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The Rev. Brad Walters '05
M.Div./ M.S.W.
Pastoral Counselor and Psychotherapist, Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute

Read Brad's Story.



The Rev. Eleanor Williams '07
M.Div., Urban Ministry Certificate
Pastor, On the Wall Ministries

Read Eleanor's Story.


Church Planter

The Rev. Ben Phipps '15
Associate Pastor, Roots of Faith

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Mihn Towner '13
Chaplain, Prince William Medical Center - Novant Health

Read Mihn's Story.

Learn More

Use the top menu to explore the full Admissions site and learn more about the Seminary.

Degree Programs

  • Master of Divinity
  • Master of Divinity with joint degrees in law, social work, and public policy
  • Master of Divinity with emphasis in church planting
  • Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, or Master of Arts in Theology and Ministry with concentration in urban ministry
  • Master of Arts
  • Master of Arts in Theology and Ministry
  • Master of Arts in Theological Studies
  • Master of Theology
  • Doctor of Ministry with seven focus areas: Eastern Christian, Missional Leadership, Parish, Reformed, Reformed Christian Spirituality, Science and Theology, and Urban Change

Financial Aid

The Seminary awards nearly $1 million annually in merit and need-based scholarships, tuition and rent grants, and work-support to full- and part-time master’s students. The average need-based package is $14,715 for master's-level students who receive tuition grants, housing grants, and/or work opportunity. This does not include students who also receive a Merit Scholarship in addition to the need-based grants which averages $17,600. Doctor of Ministry students are also eligible for need-based tuition aid. Learn more about financial aid.

Visit Campus

Want to experience Pittsburgh Seminary in person? Schedule a campus visit! Meet with current students, sit in on a class, and explore the campus and city.