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Dallas Theological Seminary

Dallas Theological Seminary

Dallas Theological Seminary, popularly referred to as DTS, was originally founded in 1924 as the Evangelical Theological College. The main campus of this evangelical theological seminary is situated in Dallas, Texas. DTS also operates extension campuses in Austin, Atlanta, Tampa Bay, San Antonio, and Houston. Dallas Theological Seminary's recent enrollments have been more than 2,000 students every year.

Students at Dallas Theological Seminary are offered academic programs in the fields of biblical counseling and exposition, Christian education, ministry, philosophy, old testament and new testament studies, pastoral ministries, spiritual formation & leadership, theological studies, and world missions & intercultural studies. The courses offered lead to a master's or a doctorate degree.

Dallas Theological Seminary sponsors a large number of student clubs and organizations including the Spiritual Life Board, Black Student Fellowship, International Student Fellowship Council, Seminary Wives in Ministry, Student Missions Fellowship, Women's Student Fellowship, EIKON Artist Fellowship, Archaeology Research Group, and the Student Council. The students also publish a newspaper on campus called the 'Jot & Tittle'.

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Ancient Near Eastern And Biblical Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics
Bible/Biblical Studies
Missions/Missionary Studies And Missiology
Religious Education
Theology/Theological Studies
Divinity/Ministry
Theological And Ministerial Studies, Other
Pastoral Studies/Counseling
Theology And Religious Vocations, Other
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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