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Logsdon Seminary

Logsdon Seminary is a distinct entity within the Logsdon School of Theology of Hardin-Simmons

University. The mission of the seminary is to prepare servant leaders for Christian ministry through

an academically challenging theological education centered on the Lordship of Christ, guided by

the authority of Scripture, and focused on the global mission of the church.

Logsdon Seminary offers three graduate theological degrees that prepare men and women for

professional ministry. The Master of Divinity is the foundational graduate degree for persons who

anticipate ministry leadership within a local church and other settings. The Master of Arts in

Family Ministry equips persons for educational and personal ministry in a local church setting

with special emphasis on family relationships and needs. The Doctor of Ministry provides the

highest level of professional preparation for ministry. The degree emphasizes the integration of

theological reflection and practice, supervision and mentorship, and servant leadership that draws

on spiritual and missional formation in both church and minister. Logsdon Seminary and its three

degrees are accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada

(10 Summit Park Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15275–1103; phone: 412.788.6505; website:

www.ats.edu)

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Logsdon Seminary and the Department of Psychology and Counseling provide a dual degree

option for students seeking careers in counseling or marriage and family therapy. The dual degree

program allows for simultaneous completion of both the Master of Arts in Family Ministry and

the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy (CCMF).

The 89 hr. MAFM/CCMF dual degree program will provide ATS-accredited preparation for

Christian ministry from Logsdon Seminary and fully-accredited training in counseling and

marriage and family therapy from Hardin-Simmons University’s Department of Psychology.

Students in this dual program will complete coursework that satisfies the academic requirements

for licensure as a professional counselor and/or marriage and family therapist in Texas and in most

states.

Please refer to the separate Logsdon Seminary Catalog and to the CCMF section of the Graduate

Catalog for additional information on prerequisites and coursework.

For descriptions of Logsdon Seminary’s degrees, admissions requirements, financial information,

and other matters consult the Logsdon Seminary Catalog or the Seminary’s website at

www.logsdonseminary.org

, or contact Logsdon Seminary at (325) 670-5866 or (325) 670-5841.