Any individual seeking admission to The Master's College Online must be a professing believer in general agreement with the doctrinal position of the college. Students must have completed a minimum of the 10th grade in high school to take our Online Courses. High school juniors and seniors, college-age students, and working adults are some of the many students benefitting from The Master's College Online.
Students previously accepted to one of The Master's College's programs do not need to re-apply through The Master's College Online. On-campus students may register for online courses during their normal semesters or as post session (e.g. during summer break) with the help of their academic advisor.
We strongly recommend that all applicants submit their complete Application with all components at least one month prior to the Start Date of the Session in which they plan to start taking courses. To ensure timely processing of your Application, indicate the correct Session Start Date from our schedule found here.
- Complete and submit the Application for Online Learning.
- Pay the $35 application fee. This can be paid through the mail by check, or by phone by calling the Administrative Office.
- The applicant must be able to give a clear Testimony (1-3 pages in length) of the basis of their salvation and hope of eternal life with scriptural support. This Personal Statement also acts as a Writing Sample to assess the prospective student's writing abilities.
The applicant must attend a local evangelical church or fellowship and provide a Recommendation of Pastor from one of the pastors or church leaders. If your situation prevents you from regular church attendance, i.e. military, please contact us to discuss alternatives.
Have an educator, employer, or a friend over the age of 25 complete the Personal Recommendation Form. Recommendations from relatives are not acceptable.
Have Official Transcripts from any colleges attended sent to the address below. High school students must submit an Official Transcript from their high school. Home school students can find transcript information here. Audit students are excused from this step.
- If in high school, complete the Dual Enrollment form.
Students applying to audit courses are only required to complete Application Components 1-4. Audit students do not receive credit or grades for taking the course but still benefit from the same course materials and class discussions. Many find auditing a great supplement to their personal Bible study or educational enrichment.
Submit all forms to The Master's College Online by
Mail: The Master's College Online Box 27
21726 Placerita Canyon Rd.
Santa Clarita, CA 91321