Sep 19, 2021  
Academic Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Academic Catalog 2021-2022

PhD in Systematic Theology


In addition to the stated purpose of the PhD program at SEBTS, the purpose of the PhD in Systematic Theology is to prepare students who (1) desire to teach systematic theology or a related discipline in colleges and seminaries; (2) desire to minister as pastor-theologians in local churches; and (3) desire to use systematic theology in their ministries in global mission contexts.

Admission Requirements: Admission to the PhD in Systematic Theology is limited to applicants who, in the judgment of the faculty, appear best qualified and most capable of using the resources that the seminary provides. Interested students will complete the application for the PhD program and will take entrance exams for the Systematic Theology program.

PhD Research Seminars - 24 Hours


NOTE: Students must demonstrate proficiency in one research language before beginning their fifth seminar.

Systematic Theology Selectives (12)


Note: 9 hours must be from the following seminars; the remaining 3 hrs may be from any Ph.D. seminar:

Specialized Research (3)


PhD Mentor Directed Studies - 6 Hours


PhD Comprehensive Exams - 4 Hours


NOTE: Students must demonstrate proficiency in their second research language before beginning sitting for comprehensive exams.

PhD Prospectus and Dissertation - 18 Hours


Total - 60 Hours