3 + 2: B.A. + M.Div. in 5 Years

Complete a Full B.A. + Masters of Divinity (M.Div.) in 5 Years!

By attending Roberts Wesleyan College for your B.A in Religion & Philosophy followed by your Master of Divinity at Northeastern Seminary, you will save 2 years of additional school - which means 2 years of tuition savings!

Why pursue the 3+2 Program?

5 Years

to earn your Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees


in tuition savings by saving 2 years of additional school

Experience Roberts and Northeastern

on the same campus

What Will I Learn?

Through your studies at Roberts and Northeastern, you will grow as a critical thinker and effective communicator to become a missional pastor and dynamic church leader.

  • Gain a foundation in critical thinking and develop your heart and mind to become a grounded, well-read student of the Bible.
  • Identify cultural and social concerns of today and what the Gospel has to say about them.
  • Dive deeper into Scripture to explore its cultural and historical contexts.
  • Articulate the development of the church and the contributions of particular Christian traditions and communities.

How it Works

  1. Complete the full Religion & Philosophy Major in 3 years.
    • To complete your degree in less time, courses from Roberts will be transferred to the Seminary to fulfill your degree requirements. You will complete additional, graduate-level assignments for all Roberts classes that transfer to Northeastern.
    • In your 4th year, you will attend Northeastern Seminary where your electives complete your B.A degree at Roberts.
  2. Complete 2 years at Northeastern Seminary and graduate with your Master of Divinity.

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for this 3+2 program, you must:

  1. Maintain an overall GPA of 3.0
  2. Receive grades of at least B in core classes

Special Considerations

  1. A maximum of 15 hours of transfer credit (CLEP, AP, etc.) may be counted toward the 52 General Education courses at Roberts
  2. You must take at least one 400 level "topics" or "seminar" course in the Religion and Philosophy major