Located in Greater Columbus, Methodist Theological School in Ohio prepares transformational leaders for the church and the world. MTSO students are drawn by a commitment to theological inquiry, social justice and a sustainable world. MTSO offers five graduate degrees: Master of Arts in Social Justice, Master of Divinity, Master of Theological Studies, Master of Arts in Counseling Ministries, Master of Arts in Practical Theology, and Doctor of Ministry.
At Methodist Theological School in Ohio, you'll learn from our well-credentialed faculty members who teach with energy and enthusiasm. Your preconceived notions will be challenged, your reasoning sharpened, and your values given a new life.
Seminary Hill Farm, a 10-acre USDA-certified organic farm on MTSO's campus, distributes fresh produce, eggs, and bread in the community through a 3-season community-supported agriculture program, local farmers markets and local restaurants. The farm is at the center of our social justice work. It's a outward expression of our commitment to a just and sustainable world. Internships are available.
More than half of our full-time, degree-seeking students has earned at least a full-tuition, renewable scholarship. Our average non-loan financial aid is over $12,000 per year. Over ninety percent of students who applied for financial aid received scholarships, grants, employment and/or loans.
Academic resources at MTSO include state-of-the-art smart classrooms and a library with 133,000 on-site volumes. On-campus housing options range from single-person apartments to townhomes for students’ families. Prospective students who visit this strikingly beautiful campus rarely choose to study elsewhere. Learn how much you can matter at MTSO.
Located in Greater Columbus, Methodist Theological School in Ohio prepares transformational leaders for the church and the world. MTSO students are drawn by a commitment to theological inquiry, social justice and a sustainable world…