Northeastern Seminary


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Seminary in Syracuse, NY

Northeastern Seminary now offers graduate-level courses toward Master of Divinity and Master of Arts degrees at the Onondaga Community College campus in Syracuse, N.Y.

Ministry leaders, both lay and ordained, can more easily balance and integrate their current professional and ministry contexts with their preparation for service at seminary.

Take Classes for the Following Degrees

Master of Divinity Master of Arts: Theological Studies
    Theology and Social Justice
    Transformational Leadership
  • Tuesday and Thursday evening seminary classes in a convenient, one-night-a-week model
  • Classes broadcast live from Rochester via video conferencing
  • On-site spiritual formation offerings including chapels and faith sharing groups
  • Up to 68 credits of M.Div. degree and a significant portion of the M.A. degree can be completed in Syracuse via distance learning (interactive video/online); remaining courses conveniently scheduled on Northeastern's main campus in Rochester

Video Conferencing Model

As part of a comprehensive distance education syracuse-seminary-campus-classroomprogram, and in service to the greater central New York State region, accredited master's level courses are offered via video conferencing. This capability links the community of learners in Syracuse and Northeastern's main campus in Rochester, N.Y. through live video feed, providing a real-time, interactive classroom.

The PolyCom interactive video distance learningtechnology allows for multidirectional streaming so professors can teach from either the Rochester or Syracuse location. They can engage students through lecture and multimedia resources at both sites and students can interact with each other as well. This classroom format is integrated with on-site small group interactions and periodic chapel services to enhance community and provide instruction in spiritual formation-a distinctive of the NES education. A scheduled rotation of seminary staffing at the Syracuse site, steady communication among members of the seminary community, and cohort rapport provides the high-touch quality that is significant to theological education.


As a Syracuse pastor and student at Northeastern Seminary, I am excited there will be a local, accredited, seminary option to benefit the church in central New York.

-Pastor Ben Gray, MATL, Syracuse Vineyard

I loved Northeastern! The whole experience was so much more than I could have imagined. What a blessing that classes will now be offered here in Syracuse.

-Michele Miner, MA

Northeastern provided a schedule and curriculum that accommodated my busy schedule, enabling me to complete a master's degree. I believe that many clergy men and women can benefit from their program and I am delighted about their presence in Syracuse.

-Pastor Phil M. Turner, Bethany Baptist Church

Students now have the opportunity to gain a thorough Christian education through NES classes in the Syracuse area. This program isn't about mere head knowledge, but through the holistic approach to theological education, NES reorients its students to the ever-present need of attending to both the head and the heart.  

-Scott Emery, MA, Church of the Common Table, NES admissions recruiter

Information Meetings

Admissions Contact
Scott Emery, admissions recruiter
315.546.4886
Emery_Scott@nes.edu

Syracuse Location (Mawhinney Hall, Room 103)
4585 West Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse, NY 13215

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From the New York State Thruway, East or West (Albany, Buffalo, Rochester)

  1. Get on thruway and take I-90E (toll).
  2. Take exit 39 to Rt 690 East.
  3. Bear left on Rt. 695 to Fairmount/Rt 5.
  4. Turn right on Rt 5 (West Genesee St) and follow to third traffic light.
  5. Turn left to Rt. 173 (Onondaga Rd) and proceed 4 miles. Turn right at College entrance

From the South (Binghamton)

  1. Take I-81N to exit 16 (Nedrow).
  2. Turn left off exit on to Salina Street (Rt 11) to Rt 173 (W Seneca Turnpike).
  3. Turn left on to Rt 173 and continue 1.8 miles to intersection of Rt 175. Bear left onto Rt. 175.
  4. Continue on Rt 175 0.8 miles to second traffic light. Turn right at College entrance.

 

 

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