For United Methodist applicants to AMBS
United Methodists are invited to study at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary through a new arrangement with Garret-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.