Academic Programs

A New Approach to Theological Studies with Real World Relevance

The degrees and courses of Yellowstone Theological Institute are intended to serve and inspire students from all backgrounds.

Whether you seek preparation for vocational ministry, hope to become better equipped for volunteer service, or are exploring the meaning of faith in today’s dynamic world, YTI meets you where you are. All courses may be taken for academic credit, or audited for personal enrichment.

Graduate Degrees

Master of Divinity

This innovative three-year residential program provides MDiv students with an intensive pastoral theology education, bringing to fruition the calling to go forth in the world and share God’s love.

The Master of Divinity program embraces a contemporary learning environment with dedicated mentorship, diverse dialogue, comprehensive academic curriculum, and practical ministry. YTI’s unique approach supports students as they deepen their experience and understanding in preparation for Christian ministry of all kinds.

Master of Applied Theology

The Master of Applied Theology degree prepares students through dedicated study, intelligent dialogue, spiritual guidance, and self-reflection. The program format allows students to attend courses in theological studies as a nonresident by attending week-long classes in Bozeman several times throughout the year, followed by five weeks of remotely-guided course assignments.

 

Non-Graduate Studies

Diploma of Divinity

The Diploma of Divinity program at YTI is a foundational preparation for ministry. Diploma students can begin with any level or focus of educational background, and learn the essentials of theological study and ministry work. Program graduates are equipped to bring the light of God’s love to individuals and communities in businesses, nonprofits, congregations, and anywhere else they feel drawn to serve.

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