|Westminster Seminary California|
|School type||Private, graduate, theological seminary|
Westminster Seminary California is a Reformed and Presbyterian Christian graduate educational institution located 25 miles north of San Diego, California, United States, in Escondido. It was initially a branch campus of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia until 1982 when it became fully independent. It currently has thirteen full-time faculty members and enrolls approximately 155 full-time students.
Westminster Seminary California was founded in 1979 and welcomed its first students in the fall of 1980. It is a multi-denominational seminary in the Presbyterian and Reformed tradition, with close relationships with several denominations, including the Presbyterian Church in America, Orthodox Presbyterian Church, United Reformed Churches in North America and Korean-American Presbyterian Church.
The WSC campus also hosts the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies, which provides theological training for the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America.
The Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church worships in the WSC Chapel. The congregation was founded in 2002 and has about 100 members. A number of members of the faculty are members of the congregation. The Pastor is Zake Keele, a Westminster graduate.
Westminster Seminary California is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges  and was first accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada in 1997. The seminary currently offers a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies, Historical Theology, and Theological Studies and a Master of Divinity degree.
Past and present notable faculty members include: