Asbury Seminary offers both family and single student housing. Families live alongside 150 others in Kalas Village, while single students live in Gallaway Village, Grice Hall or Elizabeth House.
Orlando is one of the largest cities in Florida, giving students access to both church and para-church organizations in the area. The Florida-Dunnam Campus focuses primarily on commuter students and offers evening, weekend, online and hybrid courses. Our faculty, staff and student population provide cultural diversity in language, age, gender and ministry experience.
- With an international airport just 15 minutes away, the Florida-Dunnam campus is optimal for students seeking an education at Asbury Seminary without relocation.
- Integrate faith, theories and techniques with local corporations, such as Wycliffe and Sea World.
- Our faculty, staff and students reflect the global church in race, language, age, gender and ministry experience. Approximately 50% of our student population is female.
- Our School of Urban Ministry builds a strong foundation for ministry with an interdisciplinary and intercultural approach.
Asbury-Memphis is a partnership between Asbury Theological Seminary and Christ United Methodist Church. This location is a micro-expression of the Asbury Seminary community: academically-challenging and Christ-focused. You can complete up to 16 courses in a cohort-based, spiritually-transformative community. You’ll join a powerful, nurturing community filled with opportunities for learning and formation.
Study online. Stay on mission with an online master of divinity degree or master’s degree in leadership, theology and intercultural studies from Asbury Seminary. Complete your degree in as few as three years with online classes and four, one-to-two-week campus visits. We currently offer these degree options online:
Master of Arts in Leadership – Develop effective leadership skills and qualities as you prepare to be a leader in the church, marketplace or non-profit.
Master of Arts [T.S.] in Spiritual Formation–Educate and equip yourself to answer your call to ministry through a focused study of scripture, theology, tradition and practices within the Wesleyan tradition.
Master of Arts [T.S.] Philosophy & Apologetics—Concentrate your study in church history, doctrine, ethics, philosophy and systematic theology to develop analytical viewpoints from the Wesleyan theological perspective.
Master of Divinity – Develop the biblical and theological understanding essential for a vibrant, contemporary ministry rooted in the Wesleyan tradition.
Complete your master of divinity degree without leaving home by taking two-thirds of your classes online and completing the remaining third through on-campus intensives.