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he/she may only take general education and elective courses until 12 units are completed at a minimum cumulative

TMU GPA of 2.75, demonstrating the ability to complete college-level academic work.

Graduate Admission Requirements

An individual must meet the following requirements to be admitted to TMU’s online graduate degree programs:


Have a clear profession of faith in Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior.


Have completed a bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university with a cumulative grade point average

(GPA) of at least a 2.75.


Demonstrate college-level writing ability as part of the application process.


Submit official transcripts from all other colleges and universities attended.


Submit a Christian leader reference (pastor, elder, etc.).

Program Prerequisites:

Prior to beginning MBA coursework, the student must complete a baccalaureate-level course with at least a “C”

grade (2.0) in each of the following subjects: introductory biblical studies, macroeconomics, microeconomics, and

business strategy.

Prior to beginning the MA in Biblical Studies coursework, the student must complete at least 18 semester units

of undergraduate biblical studies coursework in the Old Testament (6 units), New Testament (6 units), and

Christian theology (6 units), or successfully complete a written entrance examination.

Application Process

To be considered for admission, the applicant should follow these steps:


Call to schedule an appointment with an enrollment counselor.


Complete and submit an application with the $35 application fee.


Request official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended.


Distribute reference forms (Christian leader reference and personal reference) to appropriate individuals.


Applicants for the graduate degree programs must also provide an academic reference.


Complete Financial Aid forms.

Once the application has been processed, notification of the applicant’s status will be provided in writing.

Financial Aid

The University’s online degree programs are accredited and offered during three semesters per year. Consequently, the

following financial aid options may be available to the student depending on his or her qualifications:


Federal Pell Grants


Federal Family Educational Loan Program


Veterans Benefits


Employer Tuition Reimbursement (undergraduate degree programs only)

Any prospective TMU Online student wishing to apply for financial assistance should contact an enrollment counselor

who will provide all necessary applications and counseling to complete the application.



This program is designed to equip individuals with the

principles and procedures of biblical counseling in order

to further prepare them for service in their local church.

Grounded in the Word of God and aimed at building up

the saints, this course of study emphasizes the sufficiency

of God’s Word to meet the needs of everyday life. The

goal of the program to be able to train the whole person.

The courses will be designed to include the academic

content, skills, and purposeful character development

necessary to enable an individual to become a wise, loving

counselor to fellow believers within a church-related

context. Students will be prepared for the Association of