Graduate Program

The university’s School of Theology was established to train and equip mature individuals to serve in the Christian ministry. The School of Theology, therefore, seeks students who are ready to study diligently to complete the required courses in preparation for Christian ministry.
The basic pre-requisite for admission into the School of Theology is a bachelor’s degree from a recognized college or university in the United States or abroad. Also, prospect students are expected to have foundational biblical knowledge to study theology. Therefore, each new or transfer student should pass EU Basic Bible Knowledge Test (BKT) before their admission as a pre-requisite or should take SM511 Bible Seminar course.
Students who have earned a B.A. degree from Evangelia University may be able to obtain up to 15 credits of advanced standing towards the M.Div. degree and 9 credits towards the M.A. Beyond that, in rare situations, special considerations are made case by case by the Academic Dean.
Each applicant for admission to Graduate Studies (Kosin School of Theology) must submit the following:•A completed application form;

•Application fee of $30.00 (non-refundable);
•Evidence of bachelor’s degree or the equivalent. Official transcripts from all postsecondary institutions attended must be sent directly to the Admissions office. The grades attained shall give promise that the applicant can pursue courses in the university satisfactorily. The transcript should show the broad and comprehensive education essential to theological studies;
•Overall GPA of 2.5 (on a scale of 4.0)
•Two letters of recommendation (Forms provided by the Admissions office);
•Statement (250 words or more) of applicant’s Christian experience and reasons for applying to Evangelia University’s School of Theology;
•A statement (250 words or more) of professional objectives; and
•Two photos (1.5” x 1.5”)