Adult Degree Completion Admissions


The Master's College welcomes applications from all individuals who have a testimony of personal faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. The college is committed to a policy of non-discrimination on the basis of ethnic origin or gender in its admission policies.


With classes year round and starting every eight weeks - it's never to late to apply!!!

To apply to begin your major cohorts in Organizational Management, Christian Ministries, and Biblical Counseling we do have application deadlines which are as follows:

  • Spring 2015 - 3/3/15
  • Fall 2015 - 10/21/2015

For our general education coursework we have classes beginning every eight weeks:



Course Beginning Dates

Spring 2015

Spring 1


Spring 2


Summer 2015

Summer 1


Summer 2


Fall 2015

Fall 1


Fall 2



See our Academic Calendar


All recommendation forms are writable, savable PDF documents that can be saved and emailed to the office at  Just type your name in the signature fields to accept the terms. If you are unable to email the forms, fax and address information is available here.

  1. Complete the Application that is located online.
  2. You will complete a writing sample within the application.
  3. You will be required to give your Christian testimony within the application.
  4. Distribute Personal and Pastoral recommendation forms, have them sent to office.
  5. Request official transcripts to be mailed here.
  6. Complete Financial Aid Application, send to office.
  7. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the appropriate academic year, selecting The Master's College (Title IV school code 001220).
  8. Pay $35 Application Fee either over the phone with credit card or by check through mail.

You will receive confirmation of decision for acceptance 1-2 weeks after submission of all completed application forms.

Adult Degree Completion FAQ's

See the videos below for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions by adults who are thinking about going back to school to earn their degree.