Students must meet all eligibility requirements listed on the page below to be admitted into the Doctor of Ministry in Biblical Counseling program.
The Doctor of Ministry in Biblical Counseling program is currently waiting for approval from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to enroll students with foreign citizenship into the program. Until approval is given, we cannot enroll international students at this time. Any international student is welcome to proceed with the process of admission, but will be unable to start classes until this approval is granted.
Current/Former TMS Student
If you are applying as a current/former TMS student, you will not have to provide us a writing sample, personal reference, official transcripts, or ESL exam (if you are an international student). You also will not need to obtain your transcripts from TMS, as we will have access to them already.
Former DMinBC Student (Readmit)
If you are applying as a former DMinBC student (readmit), you will not have to provide us a writing sample, ministry peer reference, personal reference, transcripts, or ESL exam (if you are an international student). You also will not have to answer as many questions on the application. For your transcripts, please send us only official transcripts of any schools you have attended since the last time you were enrolled as a student in our DMinBC program.
Auditing biblical counseling classes in the Doctor of Ministry program is not available right now.