GET A TUITION-FREE START TOWARDS YOUR THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION
THIS LIMITED-TIME tuition-free start OFFER includes FULL TUITION WAIVERs for all of Carey's eight foundational courses in Bible, Theology, and Church History taken for credit WITHIN THE 2022-2023 ACADEMIC YEAR.
TUITION-FREE START TOWARDS YOUR THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION
At Carey Theological College, our mission is to make theological education accessible, practical, and achievable. We have helped hundreds of pastors and ministry leaders by providing accredited Masters and Doctoral level theological education for over three decades. Thanks to the generous support of faithful donors who share our vision, Carey has been able to offer a tuition-free start to over 90 highly-qualified students.
This year, we would like to extend this offer to include all of our foundational courses. Upon successful admission, all new students will receive 8 tuition-free foundational courses in Bible, Theology, and Church History. These courses may be used towards a Diploma, Master of Arts, or Master of Divinity degree if you wish to continue your studies.
As you pursue your ministry, Carey Theological College considers it a privilege to walk along side you and support you by providing high-quality, accredited theological education. Please prayerfully consider these opportunities to engage with us in our shared ministry for the people of God.
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STEP 1: LEARN ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS
Acquaint yourself with Carey’s programs: Carey offers five distinct Masters programs designed to achieve different ministry objectives and suit unique interests. All our masters degree programs are available in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin Chinese.
STEP 3: WAIT FOR ADMISSION APPROVAL
Once we receive your completed form and the reference letter (if applicable), we will review your application in our next monthly admission meeting. You will be notified of the admission response within 2 weeks after the decision is made.
NOT SURE WHICH PROGRAM IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
If you are not sure which program is right for you, or have questions regarding the offer, we encourage you to book an appointment with our academic advisor to find the path right for you and answer the questions you might have.
"I really appreciated the ability to further my education online, which allowed me to keep serving in my ministry context. I found that the combination of formal learning taking place simultaneously with real world ministry resulted in healthy and fruitful integration."
- kyle merkel, Lethbridge, AB
"Carey has been second to none. I have had the opportunity to interact with students and staff who are very far and that has helped me spiritually. It gave me a wider perspective of ministry. I am very grateful for this education and greatly indebted to Carey."
- RICHARD MUSOYO, NDOLA, ZAMBIA
"Listen, the courses and profs were amazing but man I made some stellar friendships. Even though we’re distance it feels like a pretty tight knit community."
- carlee turner, Kelowna, bc
SIGN UP FOR 3 TUITION-FREE DOCTORAL COURSES
THIS LIMITED-TIME TUITION-FREE START OFFER IS AN EXCLUSive offer for cbwc pastors and includes FULL TUITION WAIVER ON THE FIRST THREE doctoral-level COURSES TAKEN FOR CREDIT WITHIN THE 2021-2022 ACADEMIC YEAR.
- FOUNDATIONAL COURSES -
what's included in THE TUITION-FREE offer?
BIBL 501: Old Testament I
This course explores genres and literary features, socio-historical contexts, theological themes and purposes of the Torah and Former Prophets while considering how these Scriptures continue to speak to us today.
BIBL 502: Old Testament II
This course situates ancient Israel’s Latter Prophets and Sacred Writings within the Old Testament canon, examines the importance of these texts in characterizing and responding to religious and political crises, discusses their multiple genres, highlights key theological themes and exegetical significance for ministry.
BIBL 511: New Testament I
This course introduces the four canonical Gospels and Acts, with particular attention to their social and historical contexts, distinct literary qualities, theological witness, and formative power for Christian faith and practice.
BIBL 512: New Testament II
This course introduces the letters of the New Testament and Revelation, with particular attention to their social and historical contexts, literary qualities, theological witness, and formative power for Christian faith and practice.
THEO 501: Christian Thought I
This course introduces the study of Christian theology, and explores the Bible’s teaching concerning God’s self-revelation, His nature and activity, together with the person and work of Christ and of the Holy Spirit.
THEO 502: Christian Thought II
This course introduces the study of Christian theology, and explores the creation and fallen nature of the human race, God’s provision of salvation, the identity and task of the church, and the Bible’s perspective on the ultimate future of the individual and of creation.
HIST 501: Global Church History I
This course surveys the history of Christianity from the end of the New Testament era to the end of the Medieval church period. Students will gather historical insights and apply them to contemporary church issues and ministry situations.
HIST 502: Global Church History II
This course surveys the history of Christianity from the Age of Reform to the Modern church period until 1950. Students will gather historical insights and apply them to contemporary church issues and ministry situations.
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WHY CHOOSE CAREY?
At Carey, our goal is to help our students engage their culture and circles as thoughtful Christians, and to be lifelong learners and effective workers in their local churches and communities. We acheive this by offering accessible theological education through 3 key features of our programs.
Our programs are built on a modular credit model in which one level can build on another, enabling the learner to progress towards a higher degree at their own pace.
Online learning allows the student to stay embedded in their own local ministry to build practical skills from real-life ministry problems and solutions.
We understand that seminary study represents a significant commitment. We are pleased to be able to offer a variety of financial aid resources to help reduce the expense associated with study.
Carey’s affiliation with the University of British Columbia allows us to pursue innovations in Learning Technologies, and to ensure students have streamlined access to various platforms to improve their learning experience.
Zoom is a video/audio web-conferencing and collaboration tool that allows for real-time meetings and discussions with your fellow students and faculty alike. Rather than being a platform solely for lectures, we use Zoom to facilitate peer-to-peer learning experiences and community growth.
Populi is one of the central platforms you will use for registration, payment, community engagement, and even courses. Populi can easily handle videos, group discussions, file sharing, and integrations with many populi LTIs (Learning Tools Operability) available today.
DIGITAL THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY
To help you gain access to resources for courses and research, Carey has an ever growing digital library through our DTL2 (Digital Theological Library 2) collection. We believe students should not miss out on their learning because they cannot afford books, or have difficulty finding a copy; we’re dedicated to making all necessary resources for classes as close to 100% free for any students in our programs.
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