MDIV/MBA in Economic Development

MDiv/MBA in Economic Development

This distinctive dual degree program represents the Seminary's longstanding commitment to holistic ministry, ministry that addresses spiritual, emotional, social and material needs. The MBA portion of the program, offered at Eastern University, is intentionally contextualized to issues in the two-thirds world and to issues in urban areas of the U.S.  Students pursuing this dual degree choose one of two concentrations.

The International Concentration is for those who envision working outside the U.S. either in a city or some other context. The Urban Concentration is for those who desire to serve in a city within the United States.

83 credits at Palmer 
16 credits at Eastern

4 yrs 
Average completion time 

Cost per credit 
Financial aid available
Scholarship options available 


Classroom with online options 

Locations offered  
St. Davids, PA 

Start Terms
January and August