Applicants for admission to master’s degrees at Logsdon Seminary must have completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (with accreditation recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or holding membership in the Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada or the educational equivalent at a US or international university). The degree must contain a minimum of 42 advanced semester hours (courses designed for juniors and seniors). Students presenting degrees with less than 42 advanced hours must satisfy all other entrance requirements and complete sufficient undergraduate upper level hours before they are admitted.
Each student must submit official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate study. To be considered official, transcripts must be sent directly from the student’s college, university, or seminary to Logsdon Seminary.
Admission to Logsdon Seminary is based upon a total evaluation of the following elements.
If students satisfy the above requisites, and complete the required supplemental items listed on the apply now page, they may be grated full admission into the program.
Admission to the MA (Rel) is based upon a total evaluation of the following elements, along with prerequisite requirements.
In addition to prerequisites discussed above under the MA (Rel) degree description, applicants will also demonstrate the following three items in their academic achievement:
If students satisfy the above requisites, and complete the required supplemental items listed on the apply now page, they may be grated full admission into the program. Tentative admission may be granted to applicants who satisfy any two of the three academic standards listed above based on approval from the program director. Students granted tentative admission must maintain a 3.00 GPA during their first 12 hours of graduate work to be eligible to receive full admission and continue their education.