Erskine is Accessible!
Since 1980, Erskine has sought to make theological education accessible to students in and around South Carolina. The Seminary offers complete degree programs in Due West and Columbia and offers many classes toward master’s degrees in Greenville, SC.
Due West Main Campus
Students may pursue any of the Seminary’s degrees at its historic campus in Due West, South Carolina: Master of Divinity (MDiv), Master of Arts in Practical Ministry (MAPM), Master of Arts in Theological Studies (MATS), Master of Arts in Christian Counseling (MACC), Master of Theology (ThM), and Doctor of Ministry (DMin). The Due West campus offers amenities that include the McCain Library, on-site housing, food service, and athletic facilities.
Students may pursue the MDiv, MAPM, MATS, and DMin degrees at the Seminary’s site in downtown Columbia, South Carolina, as well as take courses toward other degree programs. A small library is available on-site and students have access to the full holdings of Erskine’s McCain Library through Inter-Library Loan (ILL) and other services.
Students may take courses toward a degree at the Seminary’s site in Greenville, South Carolina. Students have access to the full holdings of Erskine’s McCain Library through Inter-Library Loan (ILL) and other services.
Erskine students may complete the MATS, MAPM, MDiv, ThM, and DMin degrees as well as take courses toward the Seminary’s MACC degree program online, through Eskine Online. Some online courses follow the same academic calendar as on-campus courses, while other courses may be offered as 8-week intensives. Many traditional residential courses also make use of Erskine Online through hybrid or flipped models. The online classes use the Brightspace platform as the learning management system. Course access is restricted to registered students (and auditors). Once admitted into the Seminary, students are issued an Erskine email and a student ID number which provide access to online courses and the Seminary’s student portal.