It is the commitment of The Master’s College and Seminary (TMCS) to offer challenging academic degree programs that seek to ensure student mastery of the skills and knowledge which are critical to success in one’s chosen profession, as well as preparation for further education at the graduate level. At the same time the College and Seminary make it a priority to provide support systems to maximize the potential for students to complete their degree work in a timely manner.
The following links provide access to data and a number reports which address both the areas of educational quality and student success.
Baccalaureate Degree Graduation Rates for First-Time TMC Freshmen:
This report presents a summary of data submitted to Federal Government reporting the 6-year graduation rates for undergraduate students who enter TMC directly out of high school as First-Time Freshmen.
First Year Retention Rates for First-Time TMC Freshmen:
This report presents a summary of undergraduate student retention rates from first to second year for students entering TMC as First-Time Freshmen.
TMC Student Academic Performance Summaries:
This option provides a link to a set of summary reports taken from our Assessment Information Management System (AIMS). The reports summarize TMCS student assessment data organized around the Program-Level Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for each major and degree program.
U.S. News "America's Best Colleges" TMC Ranking Summary:
This provides a report summarizing the past six years of ranking data for TMC which is published in the annual edition of U.S. News "America's Best Colleges."
Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) TMC Ratings: Every second year, the College participates in the national Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI). This provides a link to a set of web pages summarizing TMC rating data for the past administrations of the SSI.
Educational Quality Pages at TMS.edu: This page describes educational quality indicators for The Master's Seminary, including placement rates and academic advancement.