Study at Hawaii Theological SeminaryHawaii Theological Seminary is in Aiea, HI. Aiea is a rural site not far from an urban area. The school is classified as a Undenominational college. Hawaii Theological Seminary is a private, not-for-profit institution. The school issues awards (degrees) up to the level of Doctoral degree.
Hawaii Theological Seminary tries to provide students with lots of choices, and does not tend to focus on only a few programs of study. Fields of study in vogue at the school include religion and philosophy.
Hawaii Theological Seminary Selectivity
Not all applicants to Hawaii Theological Seminary are accepted.
Approximately 23 students study at the school . Hawaii Theological Seminary is particularly welcoming to minority students. Many of the students at the school are in their forties, or even older. Hawaii Theological Seminary is essentially a male school. The school reports its educational mission is:
"Mission. In partnership with the church, Hawaii Theological Seminary exists to glorify God by equipping Christians for leadership in service to church and society through Christian spiritual formation, higher education, and guided experience. It shall do this by advancing theological higher education that fosters: 1. Truth in understanding and practice; 2. Ethics of the highest level in Christian ministry and life; 3. Dignity for each Christian as divinely gifted to bless church and society; 4. Service as a divine calling for each Christian; and 5. Unity among Christians as an emphatic element of Gods will. We of Hawaii Seminary desire that our students, through all of their learning experiences and contacts, will develop an increasing awareness of their role as members of the body of Christ, the Church universal. We want them to work effectively and efficiently with others by finely-tuning and contributing their unique, God-given talents toward the goal of being the image of Christ on earth. At Hawaii Seminary, students can live and serve the Lord in a multicultural setting while they pursue their education. We seek to serve students in many ways: 1) by providing a biblical and professional education that will equip men and women for Christian ministry, 2) by serving as a biblical and theological resource center for the equipping of Christian laypeople, 3) by preparing men and women for further professional studies, and 4) by providing continuing education for pastors, missionaries and other Christian workers. Our well-qualified faculty represents a broad spectrum of churches and parachurch organizations. Our students have distinguished themselves in other institutions of higher learning and in ministry positions in Hawaii and around the world. "
Hawaii Theological Seminary Programs and Degrees
99-860 Iwaena St. Suite 202
Aiea, HI 96701
General Phone: (808) 484-4045