Tuition is $5,000 per module with a total program cost of $20,000 (textbooks and other fees below not included). Students will pay their tuition per module by either paying the full price for each module at the beginning of the semester or opting for a 5-month payment plan over the course of the semester.
|$500||Initial deposit (not extra fee, but down payment of tuition)|
|$600||Course fee for BC700 Biblical Counseling Foundations Seminar|
|$250||Supervision fee for each Applied Ministry Experience course (BC711, BC712, BC811, BC812)|
|$500||Editor’s fee for each Research & Writing course (BC721, BC722, BC821, BC822)|
|$1,000||Editor’s and resource fee for BC899 Biblical Counseling Thesis Culmination Project|
|$15||Library fee (per semester)|
|$10||Parking permit (per week of on-campus classes – purchase here)|
|$125||Graduation fee for students attending the ceremony|
|$25||Graduation fee for students NOT attending the ceremony|
|$500||Continuing Education fee for each semester missed (see Active Student Status policy)|
|$1,500||Program Extension fee for each semester taken beyond four semesters (see Graduation policy)|
Churches are encouraged to consider assisting D.Min. students financially to cover tuition costs for the program, as students will be providing a special private ministry of the Word of God in their respective congregations.
Scholarships for the D.Min. in Biblical Counseling program are provided through the Graduate Studies department directly, not through our Financial Aid office. Scholarships are awarded semester by semester. Any active D.Min. student who wants a scholarship must apply each semester. Because scholarship funds are provided directly from our department they are limited. In this way, scholarship applications are considered on the basis of a combination of academic performance, financial need, and ministry potential. Scholarship applications are due to be submitted by the first day of the semester to which they will apply. Scholarship notifications will be provided by the beginning of the third week of the semester. Since scholarships are not guaranteed, students should plan to fund their education separately.
You can apply for the scholarship HERE. Please be advised that you must be an active D.Min. student to apply for the scholarship. Applicants are not able to apply until they are admitted into the program.
While scholarships are exclusively provided through the Office of Graduate Studies, financial aid and government loans can be sought through the Office of Financial Aid at The Master’s University (TMU). If you would like to pursue government aid or loans, you may correspond with the financial aid office. They will help you pursue the best course of action for your financial situation. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid with any questions.
To apply for financial aid in the D.Min. program, please submit a D.Min. Online Financial Aid Application here.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the D.Min. in Biblical Counseling program.
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