The word “accessibility” is the “A” in the acronym ProMETA: Programas de Maestría en Estudios Teológicos Accesibles. From the first day ProMETA was conceived in 1998, ProMETA’s vision and first priority has always been to make graduate theological education accesible to those whom God has gifted for leadership in ministry but have been, for various reasons, unable to enroll in traditional brick and mortar schools.
Master’s level theological education is hard to find in many parts of Latin America. In most cases prospective students would have to relocate their families in a new city or even a different country in order to study. In contrast, ProMETA not only brings exceptional theological training to your doorstep, it also makes it possible for you to continue in your employment and place of ministry while you study.
In fact, one of ProMETA’s greatest benefits is the opportunities you will have to immediately apply your learning to your ministry. You become an agent of transformation in your community as you yourself are being transformed.
ProMETA’s primary purpose is to make graduate theological education accesible to those whom God has gifted for leadership, but who lack continuing education opportunities in their communities.