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The University of Dubuque Theological Seminary is a vibrant Christian community that seeks to follow Jesus, walk in the Spirit, and join God’s mission. Shaped by faith in the One God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—we engage in teaching, learning, scholarship, and worship to form servant leaders for Christ’s church.

Seminary News & Events

2017 Spring Renewal

Feb 6, 2017 | UD News

March 27-28, 2017 Spring Renewal this year has lectures on Love, Preaching, and Mission! Join us on Tuesday Night for “Listen to Love” with Dr. Quentin Schultze. And join us on Tuesday for “Five Questions for Better Sermons”, “Preaching is a Team Sport” (both with: Dr. Mary Hulst) & “Modernity’s Wager and the Mission of God in the Contemporary West” (with: Dr. Alan Roxburgh).

2017 Doctor of Ministry Cohort Info

Oct 27, 2016 | Nicky Story

Leadership in a Changing Context | Discerning Context. Cultivating Community. Joining God. Faculty: Dr. Chris James and Dr. Alan Roxburgh.

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What is the Graduate Assistant Program?

Each year a select number of UDTS students in the MDiv and MAMD programs will engage in vital programming with undergraduate students at UD. Learn more...

Distance Learning

Our masters degrees offered in the distance education programs feature the same curriculum with the same faculty as our residential programs. For more information about online learning opportunities at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, email udtsonline@dbq.edu

ONe-Year Master's Program

In Fall 2015, the University of Dubuque launched its first entirely online master’s program, the Master of Arts in Christian Leadership. The program – a fully-accredited 30-credit degree, which can be earned in one year – grounds students in the knowledge of the Christian Scriptures and the Church’s theological tradition, and equips women and men for missional service and leadership in their chosen vocations. The degree program draws on the strengths of faculty from the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary and the Department of Religion, Philosophy, and History of the undergraduate college.