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Over the next sixty years, United Theological Seminary continued to grow in size and in the number of degrees that the institution offered. By the early 1970s, the seminary began to offer doctorate degrees. In 1968, the Evangelical United Brethren Church joined with the Methodist Church to create the United Methodist Church. Today, United Theological Seminary continues to educate future ministers of the United Methodist Church. In 2005, the seminary relocated to a new campus in Trotwood, Ohio. The Omega Baptist Church now owns the United Theological Seminary's former campus in Dayton.
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