Established in 1950, Denver Seminary is a Christ-centered, graduate-level educational institution with campuses located in Denver, Washington DC, and West Texas. The college offers over 30 programs awarding Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, and Master of Theology degrees, as well as six Counseling master’s degree programs, a Doctor of Ministry degree program, and a variety of graduate certificate programs. Students are required to attend chapel once per week and one conference, lectureship, or special event per semester. Denver Seminary maintains a number of active, cultural initiatives, including the Kaleo Project, the Vernon Grounds Institute of Public Ethics, and a variety of ethnic and minority initiatives.
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