For United Methodist Applicants to AMBS
United Methodists are invited to study at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary through a new arrangement with Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Chicago.
The partnership between AMBS and Garrett-Evangelical, which is endorsed by the University Senate of The United Methodist Church, combines the strengths of both seminaries in preparing students to lead congregations and serve God’s people.
- Master of Divinity for United Methodist Students: United Methodists who want to prepare for licensing can earn a Master of Divinity degree through AMBS. Students follow an AMBS degree program that includes five courses from Garrett-Evangelical. These courses constitute a United Methodist Certificate and focus on mission, evangelism, worship and United Methodist history and theology. They make up 15 of the 80 required hours for the AMBS MDiv.
- Peace Studies Concentration for Garrett-Evangelical Students: AMBS offers a concentration in Peace Studies to students at Garrett-Evangelical. Details are available on a page about this specific concentration.
To apply for study at AMBS, United Methodists complete the U.S. admissions application.
United Methodist Student Scholarship
AMBS has established a special for UMC students. AMBS will select up to two award recipients to each receive a scholarship of $3,000 per academic year. Find out more.