TMC Online to offer two new degrees, pending WSCUC approval


The Master’s College Online Programs and Degree Completion Department recently announced that two new degree programs are currently being developed and scheduled for a July 2016 start date, pending approval by the WASC Senior College and University Commission.

Alumni, professors reunite to celebrate the legacy of Los Angeles Baptist College


Dr. John Dunkin, Dr. George Howe, Peter Kobe, Loretta Chalfant—if those names bring back fond memories of chapel services, botany classes, music rehearsals and heart-to-heart conversations, then you might be a graduate of Los Angeles Baptist College...

Truth and Life Conference 2016: The fruit of the Spirit is God’s work in us


Most people who have grown up in the Church are familiar with the fruit of the Spirit. Many have even memorized Galatians 5:22-23, well-known verses that list those nine characteristics by which a follower of Christ ought to be defined. But what does it truly mean to “walk by the Spirit,” as Paul commands in Galatians 5:16?

Cyber Rain irrigation controller an answer to prayer for TMC Plant Operations


El Niño conditions may have caused significant rainfall in Southern California since the first of the year, but the effects of a four-year drought persist, and residents across the region are being encouraged to continue curbing their water usage. The Master's College is no exception.

Merry Christmas from The Master's College


The Master's College campus, including all admissions, financial aid, academic and administrative offices, will close on Friday, Dec. 18, 2015 for Christmas recess. We will reopen on Monday, Jan. 4, 2016. Click above for a list of important dates and events in January.

2015-2016 Missionaries in Residence embrace role as ‘campus grandparents’


Whether they’re hosting pancake dinners at their apartment or inviting students to share cookies and milk Under the Oaks, Missionaries in Residence Dennis and Lora Kirkland have embraced the opportunity to minister to students at The Master's College while on furlough...

32nd annual Christmas Concerts light up the MacArthur Center


For some members of the community, the Come ChristmasSing concert series is a decades-long tradition. For others, it was their first opportunity to experience the Music Department’s biggest production of the year, featuring nearly 200 performers and crew members...

Alumni Relations, Professional Development bring students and alumni together


In today’s competitive job market, first impressions are key. And, The Master's College is ever expanding its efforts to ensure that students graduate with well-rounded resumes, internship experience and interview preparation...

Students learn how to witness to Muslims during Global Mobilization Week


On Nov. 9-13, TMC's Office of Global Outreach sought to empower students to fulfill the Great Commission through Global Mobilization Week, which precedes the announcement of summer mission trip locations ever fall...

Eight Mustangs earn GSAC recognition as tournament season begins


Eight student-athletes received Golden State Athletic Conference accolades during the first week of November, in recognition of their outstanding performance on the cross country track and soccer field...

Student Managed Investment Fund to provide business scholarships


Every semester, students in the Investments class buy and trade in a simulated stock market. But for those in the Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF), the real stock market becomes an intensely practical learning environment...

Outreach Week allows students to experience ministry in local churches


Fellowship. Service. Evangelism. Outreach Week at The Master's College can be summarized in these three words, but the varied experiences of 410 students who participated demonstrates the diversity of ministry opportunities available in Southern California churches...