Master of Theological Studies
The Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.) in Biblical Counseling is a 36-credit-hour graduate degree. Students will gain a solid foundation in systematic theology and will complete seven courses in biblical counseling. This program is designed to equip students for vocational ministry in biblical counseling.
M.T.S. Course List:
Systematic Theology I: Prolegomena and Theology Proper
Systematic Theology II: Bibliology and Anthropology
Systematic Theology III: Christology, Pneumatology, and Soteriology
Systematic Theology IV: Ecclesiology and Eschatology
Introduction to Biblical Counseling
Theology of Biblical Counseling
Advanced Counseling I: Evaluating Methods of Counseling
Advanced Counseling II: Marriage and Family
Advanced Counseling III: Addictions
Advanced Counseling IV: Medical Issues
Biblical Counseling Practicum
Master of Theological Studies Prerequisites:
An undergraduate degree consisting of four years of full-time study (or equivalent)*
Membership in a local church
General Agreement with FTS' doctrinal stance
*In some cases, students who do not possess an undergraduate degree consisting of four years of full-time study may gain admission by exception. Students who desire admission by exception should indicate this on their application.
$60 monthly tuition subscription
$65 graduation fee
Complete an application through our Admissions page and include your unofficial transcripts.