Azusa Pacific Seminary at Azusa Pacific University trains students for practical, effective ministry in the church and in the world, helping them transform the world with Christ.

Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), Azusa Pacific Seminary offers master’s degrees in divinity, pastoral studies, theological studies, and transformational urban leadership and a Doctor of Ministry, as well as Asian and Hispanic programs that are highly relevant in the culturally diverse Los Angeles area.

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