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ONLINE PROGRAM

Welcome
to Our Online Program

You don’t have to uproot to attend seminary. DAST online programs is designed to immerse your theology and business development courses.

Enter to learn and leave to serve, while improving your life and the lives of others.

 

Join us on a journey of discovery, learning, application, and fulfillment.

  • Discovery your gifts and capabilities, while understanding your strengths and weaknesses.

  • Learn to reduce knowledge gaps, to better understand ideas, to explore as much as possible, to satisfy curiosity, to increase independence and efficiency, and to improve the way we proceed.

  • Apply what you have learn through application to fulfill your goals and improve your life, as well as others.

  • Implement to stimulate, innovate, improve decision-making and to think objectively and critically (Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding. Proverbs 4:7).

Resources

NOTE: Click hyperlink to access sites

FREE Logos Bible Software

Zoom Conferencing
 

MS Word template for thesis with explanation of style


MS Word template for paper with explanation of style 


MS Word template for paper with almost NO explanation of style

 

Technology You Need for DAST

To have a successful educational experience either on campus or online, students need access to particular technology and working technological skill.

Technology Hardware

  • Desktop Computer – a tablet may be sufficient for some tasks, but every student needs access to a reasonably up-to-date desktop or laptop computer.

  • Web Camera and Microphone – for online and distance courses, students need a machine capable of running web conferencing software.

  • Internet Connection – for online courses, students need a reliable internet connection with at least 1.5 Mbps download speed.

Software and Skills

  • Word processor – for writing papers, DAST students need access to a program such as Microsoft Word (included with @dallasseminary.edu), Apple Pages, or Google Docs.

  • Chrome Web Browser – students may use a variety of web browsers, but we have found Google Chrome to be the most reliable.

  • Technology Skills – all students will write research papers at some point in their degree program. Those taking online courses also need to use video recording, engage in discussion groups, and learn other technological skills.

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