The following documents must be submitted in order to apply to The Master's College:
- Completed Application for Graduate Admission accompanied by the $35 application fee
- Official transcripts from the colleges and university you graduated from
- Personal recommendation forms (provided with Application)
- Statement of Deacon/Deaconess qualification by church pastoral staff
The Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling at The Master's College holds three application deadlines, one for each term of study. There are separate application deadlines for the Fall, Spring, and Summer (SIP) terms. The application fee for each is $35.
|Summer (SIP)||February 15th|
Units from other institutions are generally not accepted for transfer due to the unique content and nature of the Biblical Counseling courses. However, some courses from other theological institutions may transfer with minimal additional coursework. Applicants will need to contact the Biblical Counseling office directly to determine the possibilities.
The Master's College is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. Students from abroad are welcome, provided they meet the admission requirements of the college. While all classroom instruction is conducted in English, the administration, faculty and staff attempt to be sensitive to the needs of our international students. As foreign students' legal needs are different from those of U.S. citizens, there are additional requirements. Foreign students are urged to contact the enrollment counselor for the MABC to obtain the appropriate information.