For some time, Logos and Knox Theological Seminary have been working together to bring quality biblical education to hundreds of students. Logos and Knox’s three seminary degrees—the MA in Christian and Classical Studies (MACCS), the MA in Biblical and Theological Studies (MABTS), and the Doctor of Ministry (DMin)—give you the tools, training, and support you need to carry out God’s mission for his church.
What students are saying
With Knox and Logos, a seminary education is more attainable than you think! Tuition is handled through low monthly payments, and you have multiple payment options for other countries. (See what’s available for the MACCS, the MABTS, and the DMin.) No loans, no debt consolidation—just a solid education at a competitive price.
But don’t take our word for it. See what Knox students are saying!
“My experience with Knox Online has been very positive. I am a full-time pastor and a stay-at-home dad, so a program that allows me to finish my master’s from home is perfect. I don’t feel cheated for not being in the actual classroom, because the recorded lectures bring the classroom to me. The forums allow me to interact with other students so that we can learn and grow together. I would highly recommend Knox Online for those who want to pursue higher education, but also want the flexibility to continue to do what God has called them to do.”
“Knox Theological Seminary Online gives me the flexibility to further my education—flexibility that I need as a mother, writer, homeschool teacher, Sunday school teacher, and speaker. The online professors, dean, and registrar are all supportive and easily accessible to help with any issues that arise. The course content is challenging, edifying, and—through the work of the Holy Spirit—life-changing. If you’re considering a seminary education, I highly recommend Knox.”
“The Logos/Knox program has been tremendous. I can’t tell you how impressed I am with the professors and the teaching assistants, as well as the support staff. Well done.”
A new round of classes starts this May, including courses on the New Testament and church history, as well as a MACCS course on Plato and Augustine. Further your education—join us.