Yes, the degree students receive after finishing their time at GPTS and at Radius will be an MDiv.
For most students, about four years. Approximately three of those will be at GPTS, in Greenville, SC, and one year will be at Radius, in Tijuana, MX.
All GPTS professors subscribe to the Westminster Standards, so instruction is from a confessional Presbyterian perspective. We have always welcomed Baptists and count them among some of our finest graduates. Radius instructors come from a variety of conservative confessional traditions.
Yes. We anticipate oﬀering full scholarships for the GPTS portion for qualified students and partial scholarships for the year at Radius.
Jesus Christ commands the church to make disciples of all nations. Our goal is to obey this command, raising up many workers who “have no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth” (2 Tim 2:15).
Those who want to be well-prepared to do the work of proclaiming Christ to the nations.
Many GPTS classes are available online, although not all, and we recommend that students study on campus in Greenville. The Radius program is immersive and requires in-person participation.
The GPTS tuition has always been intentionally low: $200 per credit hour. Many scholarships are available to defray this cost even further.
Go to gpts.edu/apply if you are ready to apply, or if you would like to contact our admissions department with any questions you have. We look forward to speaking with you!