The Messianic Theology and Missiology bachelor’s program (non-resident) provides qualitative theological education for effective ministry to Jewish people and the restoration of the Jewish biblical roots within the Church, which is the Body of the Messiah.


The program helps believers from messianic and evangelical churches to root their worldviews in God’s Word, as well as to expand their understanding of the mission of the Church according to the biblical principles and priorities of evangelism, concentrating on the need, first, of Jewish people as well as other peoples to be saved (Rom. 1:16), and developing the practical skills needed for ministry.


Fields of study:

  • Biblical Studies and Hermeneutics;
  • Theology;
  • Biblical Worldview, Character and Life of Believers;
  • Principles of Ministry and Their Application;
  • History of the Jewish People, the Jewish Messianic Movement and the Church;
  • Messianic Missiology.


Program specifics:

  • modular academic structure (four two-week sessions);
  • cross-cultural and cross-denominational academic environment;
  • involvement of experienced national and international professors;
  • interactive communication with experienced practicing messianic ministers and qualified teachers;
  • free access to the UETS library (more than 25,000 books) and relevant resources;
  • study and analysis of theological literature and writing research papers;
  • individual supervision and consultation;
  • application of acquired knowledge and skills to practical ministry.



  • studying in the light of God’s Word;
  • biblical principles of spiritual formation of a minister and his or her practical ministry;
  • reflection on Jewish legacy in the present-day culture and ministry.


Program length:

  • Certificate – 2 years
  • Diploma – 3-4 years
  • Bachelor’s degree – 4-7 years



Teaching is conducted by both UETS faculty and ministers from Jewish Messianic movement with master’s and doctoral degrees, who have practical ministry experience.