ACADEMIC CALENDAR 

A Master of Arts in Theology and Mission at ENS will take three years to complete. The term and course dates below are tentative and are subject to change.

Who Should Apply?

Though we are open to non-Every Nation applicants, Every Nation Seminary is being built for ordained, Every Nation vocational ministers (church planters, pastors, campus missionaries, and cross-cultural missionaries).

As we intend to serve mid-career vocational ministers, we will prioritize admissions for those who have at least five years of vocational ministry experience.

Year One

TERM 1  —  May 24–July 16, 2021


  • Relational Discipleship
  • Biblical Preaching
  • Biblical Theology

Summer Intensive | June 14–25 (Manila, Philippines)

TERM 2  —  August 2–November 26, 2021


  • Hermeneutics
  • Old Testament 1

TERM 3  —  January 3–April 29, 2022


  • New Testament 1
  • History of Missional Movements

Year Two

TERM 1 — May 23–July 15, 2022


  • Apostolic Leadership
  • Global Mission
  • Pneumatology

Summer Intensive | June 13–24 (Manila, Philippines)

TERM 2 — August 1–November 25, 2022


  • New Testament 2
  • Historical Theology

TERM 3 — January 2–April 28, 2023


  • Old Testament 2
  • Evangelism

Year Three

TERM 1 — May 22–July 15, 2023


  • Relational Discipleship
  • Biblical Preaching
  • Pastoral Theology

Summer Intensive | June 12–23 (Manila, Philippines)

TERM 2 — August 7–December 1, 2023


  • Old Testament 3
  • Systematic Theology

TERM 3 — January 8–May 3, 2024


  • Systematic Theology 2
  • New Testament 3

Who Should Apply?

Though we are open to non-Every Nation applicants, Every Nation Seminary is being built for ordained, Every Nation vocational ministers (church planters, pastors, campus missionaries, and cross-cultural missionaries).

As we intend to serve mid-career vocational ministers, we will prioritize admissions for those who have at least five years of vocational ministry experience.

Program Overview

Our initial program at Every Nation Seminary will be a Master of Arts in Theology and Mission.

Accreditation

ENS is pursuing accreditation through the Asian Theological Association (ATA) which is a globally respected accreditation body.