Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is a graduate school rooted in the Reformed tradition dedicated to the formation of woman and men for theologically reflective ministry and to scholarship in service of the church of Jesus Christ. The Seminary offers master's and doctor of ministry degrees plus certificates in church planting and urban ministry.
Additionally, the Seminary offers the Metro-Urban Institute, World Mission Initiative, Miller Summer Youth Institute, Church Planting Initiative, and Continuing Education programs. Community resources include the Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology (offering a significant collection of ancient Near Eastern and Palestinian pottery and artifacts brought together by travelers and archaeologists during the past 100 years), and the Clifford E. Barbour Library (holding the region's largest theological collection).
The faculty--the heart of the education experience at PTS--continues in a tradition of academic strength, publication, and commitment to the church. A low faculty-to-student ratio encourages interaction with professors. Our faculty is devoted to the scholarly, professional, and personal preparation for ministry in the way of Jesus.
Learn more about Pittsburgh Theological Seminary at www.pts.edu.