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Western Seminary Portland Campus

Western Seminary Portland Campus

 


471

Active Students

55

Core and Adjunct Faculty

86%

Part-time Students

93%

Say Western Meets or Beats Expectations

Western Seminary is a Christian graduate school, made up of students who are diverse in vocational aims, age and ethnicity—but united in great love for Jesus and his gospel.

Over the past nine decades our Portland Campus has come to serve the largest student body of any seminary in the Pacific Northwest. Men and women come to Western Seminary Portland campus to study theology, divinity, counseling, intercultural studies, and coaching at a biblical and gospel-centered seminary. And they do it thanks to our specialty of delivering accessible on-campus scheduling and online courses through Western Seminary Online campus. They tell us they love the direct access to faculty members allowing them to engage these practitioners and mentors outside of the classroom.

Western Seminary Portland campus is located in Portland, Oregon–the largest urban area in the state and one of the most influential in the Northwestern United States.

Western Seminary was founded in 1927 on the campus of a local Portland church and by 1944 relocated to its current site on the slope of Mt. Tabor, in the lively and artistic Hawthorne District. It is located just four miles east of Downtown Portland, off of Interstate 5. 

 

Seminary Degrees and Training Programs Offered

Master's Degrees and Programs

Master of Divinity (MDiv)
MA in Counseling
MA (Biblical and Theological Studies)
MA in Ministry and Leadership
MA in Global Leadership
Graduate Studies Diploma
Graduate Studies Certificate

Post-graduate Degrees

Doctor of Education in Intercultural Education (EdD)
Doctor of Intercultural Studies
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Master of Theology (ThM)

Personal Enrichment Programs

Certificate in Transformational Coaching
Audit Seminary Courses

Portland Campus Facilities

The Portland campus is historic, intimate, and lush: a reflection of Oregon itself. It hosts classrooms, the Cline-Tunnell Library, A New Day Counseling Center, staff and faculty offices, as well as a chapel.