If you are interested in formal classroom education but are not yet ready to pursue a full degree, SES offers the following 15-18 credit hour certificates that consist of for-credit classes which can be taken regardless of your current educational level. Certificates can be completed on campus or online. Students accepted into a degree program may add as concentrations these areas of study.
Uses a systematic approach built upon solid arguments and reasons to provide a firm foundation for the Christian faith Download PDF
Designed for those interested in learning from some of the top Christian scientists in the country how to defend the faith from a scientific standpoint Download PDF
For pastors, teachers, missionaries, or lay persons preparing for evangelistic ministry to Muslims around the world Download PDF
Prepares students to understand the nature of reality that forms the structure of a good apologetic Download PDF
Equipping those in ministry at any level to be interculturally competent and adaptable to the universal impact of globalization and demographic change Download PDF
For those desiring a knowledge of the original languages of the Bible in order to better understand the correct meaning and application of the biblical text Download PDF
Our nation and culture are becoming polarized. It is becoming polarized spiritually, morally, and politically. Issues that even a decade ago would have been debated merely as ideological disputes have morphed into issues of politics and public policy. To ably serve this and the next generation spiritually, our future pastors, apologists, and professors will need to dialogue with their liberal counterparts while keeping in mind the political facets of public debate. To this end, Southern Evangelical Seminary (SES) feels led to provide the opportunity to its students to obtain, along with their program degree (e.g., M.Div, MA Apologetics, etc.) a concentration in Philosophy, Politics, & Economics (PPE). Non-degree students would also be able to earn a Certificate in PPE. We believe that one must minister to the present generation according to its needs, and to do so with truth and power our students need training in the ethical, political, and economic implications of the unchanging Faith “once delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). This combination of PPE training and classical seminary education can be a potent one in combating the new heresies and false doctrines rooted in a secularist, progressivist worldview.