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Urbana Theological Seminary is a seminary committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values, where students are equipped to love, know and serve God.

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We... ...provide graduate theological education which prepares people for Christian ministry and leadership, equipping them to love, know and serve God. more >>


Master of Divinity alumnus, Brian Sauder, believes that studying at Urbana Theological Seminary allowed him to continue building relationships here in Champaign-Urbana, a community he loves, while exploring the interconnection between theology and ecology.

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Spring 2015 Graduate Courses

  • BI 502 – 100 New Testament Survey
  • BI 605 – 120 Book of Exodus
  • BI 605 - 210 Colossians
  • BL 502 – 100 New Testament Greek II
  • CH 502 – 100 History of World Christianity II
  • CT 502 – 100 Theology II
  • CT 520 – 100 Apologetics
  • PM 503 - 100 Biblical Preaching: Theory and Practice
  • PM 554 - 100 World Christian Movement: A Gateway to Missions
  • FE 101, 102 and 103 – 100 Field Education I, II, and III
  • FE 500 and 501 – 100 Field Education IV and V

Spring 2015 Undergraduate Courses

  • REL 105 The Bible: The New Testament

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A Word From Urbana Seminary

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Provisions for Pastors Preaching Forum

On Monday, February 16, Provisions for Pastors is presenting a day-long preaching forum. Robert O. Smith Jr. from Beeson Divinity School will be speaking on "Preaching Under Pressure." More details to come!

Urbana Seminary has entered into an articulation agreement with Parkland Community College.

Parkland Community College and Urbana Theological Seminary entered into an agreement to offer undergraduate courses taught by Urbana Seminary Professors in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. We are offering Old and New Testament Survey courses that can now be transferred into any public institution of higher education in the state of Illinois for undergraduate credit.