8-12 months before enrollment is the best time to apply, and students are
strongly encouraged to apply no later than 30 days prior to registration.
For applicants who do not plan or are not eligible
to pursue a master's degree. (12 hours max). Print and submit
the following to apply:
Unclassified students may later request reevaluation for admission
as a degree seeking student, in which case, credits earned as a nondegree student may
apply toward a degree.
For college seniors in good academic standing who
desire to take AGTS classes for graduate or nongraduate credit
(limited number of hours). Print and submit the following to
Submit the following to apply:
Audited courses cannot be reverted to credit later. Officially audited courses
are posted on transcripts.
Spouses of full-time students may unofficially audit one class each semester
free of charge (subject to approval of professor and class size). Submit the form entitled
"Student Spouse Registration for Unofficial Audit"
from the Admissions Office before or during the first week of classes. Unofficially audited
courses are not posted on transcripts.
Credentialing and Placement
AGTS is not a ministerial credentialing agency.
Matriculation does not ensure that credentials will be granted.
Contact your local
AG district office for further details. How
to gain ministerial credentials with the Assemblies of God?
Faculty and administration frequently work directly
with church leaders and graduates in securing professional appointments.
Day, evening, accelerated and module sessions offer a variety of options
to the part-time student.
Student Orientation (NSO)
Who needs to attend? All new resident students.
When is it? The beginning of each semester. Purpose? To assist
new students in transitioning to seminary life.
Who applies for readmission?
- Students who have
been absent for 2 or more semesters.
What to submit?
AGTS does not require the GRE except in specific cases where further information
regarding academic proficiency is requested by the Admissions Committee.
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