Students enrolled part time at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary are often working full time, raising families, and serving churches. Some are in non-church-related work intending to pursue a church vocation, and others are serving congregations as pastors and educators and have not earned a seminary degree. Still others are active church members interested in serious theological study that do not intend to pursue ministry. Not all students intend to pursue a degree program. Taking classes for personal enrichment is a wonderful option!

Part-time classes in the day and evening provide the space, time, and flexibility for students to continue managing life’s responsibilities while also earning their seminary degree—one piece at a time.

Incoming students must complete the standard admissions process. Classes start in September, November, and March. Financial aid (need- and merit-based) is available for degree-seeking students who take six credits per term. The M.Div., M.A.T.M., M.A.T.S, and M.A. degrees can be obtained through the evening program.  

Upcoming Classes

During Term 1 starting in September 2017, the Seminary is offering a number of courses that may be of interest to you. Additional information about the course, including the description and schedule, is available online. Classes in bold are offered in the evening.

  • African American Spiritual Formation
  • Evangelism in Context
  • Greek I
  • Hebrew
  • Historical Books
  • Historical Studies (day and evening)
  • History of Christian Mission
  • Pastoral Studies: Education (day and evening)
  • Prophets and Psalms
  • Rural and Small Church Ministry
  • Salvation as Transformation
  • Shape and Content of the Bible
  • Spiritual Formation

"Pittsburgh Theological Seminary was the primary shaper of my theology and my ministry." - John Creasy '06