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B.H. Carroll Theological Institute


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 Student Information Systems Interface including access to: Personal Profile, Course enrollment information, Personal Financial information, and Course registration.

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Access to your @bhcarroll.edu email account.

 

Curriculum
Scripture and Witness

Reliance upon the Scripture as the Word of God and the indispensable role of biblical truth for faith and ministry.

Faith and Heritage

The historic formulations and confessions of the Christian faith.

Ministry and Formation

Essential ministries of character and leadership that nurture faith in Christ, build and develop churches, meet human needs at every level, and transform situations to God's purposes.

Worship and Mission

Practice and forms of public and private worship, music in the Christian experience, the church's mission in a global context, and the formative disciplines of Christian character and devotion.

Masters
Doctoral
Diploma

Admission Requirements

Diploma Programs 

 

Diploma in Christian Ministry
Diploma in Church Planting

The Diploma Program is a non-degree, non-transferable program of study. Applicants must be at least 25 years of age and are not required to have a baccalaureate degree. The following steps must be taken to apply:

  1. Submission of an online application.
  2. Submission of supplemental documentation. Following submission of an online application, the applicant will be given detailed instructions regarding the following supplemental documents:
  • Copy of an earned High School diploma or GED (Graduate Equivalency Diploma)
  • Three letters of recommendation. Recommendation forms will be supplied when an online application is submitted. These recommendations must reflect evidence of the applicant's character, commitment, and readiness for diploma-level study in ministry preparation.
  • Church endorsement. Endorsement form will be supplied when an online application is submitted. The form must be completed by the church of which the applicant is a member.
  • Personal statements. Applicants will be required to provide statements of their call to the ministry and their past Christian experience.
  • A digital photograph. This does not have to be professionally made, but a snapshot will suffice.

Master's Degrees

 

Master of Divinity
Master of Divinity in Chaplain Ministry
Master of Arts in Counseling
Master of Arts in Christian Education
Master of Music in Church Music
Master of Arts in Worship
Master of Arts in Religion
Master of Arts in Theology

Applicants for the master's degree are required to have completed a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum grade point average of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale). The following steps must be taken to apply:

  1. Submission of an online application.
  2. Submission of supplemental documentation. Following submission of an online application, the applicant will be given detailed instructions regarding the following supplemental documents:
  • Official transcript(s) from an earned baccalaureate degree. (Applicants will also be considered who have a comparable degree from a recognized institution outside the US. The degree must be evaluated by a recognized credentials evaluation service such as World Education Services (WES), P.O. Box 745, Old Chelsea Station, New York NY 10113-0745, phone +1 900-937-3895, www.wes.org.
  • Three letters of recommendation. Recommendation forms will be supplied when an online application is submitted. Recommendations must reflect evidence of the applicant's character, commitment, and readiness for master's-level study in ministry preparation.
  • Church endorsement. An endorsement form will be supplied when an online application is submitted. The form must be completed by the church of which the applicant is a member.
  • Personal statements. Applicants will be required to provide statements of their call to the ministry and their past Christian experience.
  • A digital photograph. This does not have to be professional made, but a snapshot will suffice.

Doctoral Degrees 

 

Doctor of Ministry
Doctor of Philosophy

Applicants for the doctoral degree are required to have completed a baccalaureate degree and a master's degree from an accredited college or university. Doctoral applicants are required to meet the general admission requirements before they are considered for the doctoral program. The following steps must be taken to apply:

  1. Submission of an online application.
  2. Submission of supplemental documentation. Following submission of an online application, the applicant will be given detailed instructions regarding the following supplemental documents:
  • Official transcripts from all earned baccalaureate and master's degrees. (Applicants will also be considered who have a comparable degree from a recognized institution outside the US. The degree must be evaluated by a recognized credentials evaluation service such as World Education Services (WES), P.O. Box 745, Old Chelsea Station, New York, NY 10113-0745, phone +1 900-937-3895, www.wes.org.)
  • Three letters of recommendation. Recommendation forms will be supplied when an online application is submitted. Recommendations should be from a current and/or former professor with whom the applicant studied at the master's level or above. All references should attest to the applican't spotential to engage in doctoral-level study.
  • Church endorsement. An endorsement form will be supplied when an online application is submitted. The form must be completed by the churchof which the applicant is a member.
  • Personal statements. Applicants will be required to provide statements of their call to the ministry and their past Christian experience.
  • A digital photograph. This does not have to beprofessionally made, but a snaphot will suffice.

Upon completion of the general application, the doctoral applicant must meet additional requirements such as GRE or MAT scores, a research/reflective paper, interview, and qualifying exam. Applicants should consult the appropriate handbook (see Academics, Programs of Study, Doctoral Degrees)

Transients

Transient students are currently enrolled at another graduate institution and do not intend to transfer to B. H. Carroll Theological Institute, but want to take one or more classes at BHCTI to be transferred to the institution where they are enrolled. Transient applicants should have permission from their current institution to enroll at BHCTI for transfer credit. The following steps must be taken to apply:

  1. Submission of an online application.
  2. Submission of an unofficial transcript or a degree audit from the institution where the applicant is currently enrolled.

Readers

Readers are non-credit students who wish to audit a class. Readers are not allowed to take language courses. An online course may be taken only if permission is granted by the teacher. Readers may attend the class sessions, receive class materials, and participate in class discussions and activities. Courses attended by Readers do not apply toward any degree program and are not transcriptable. Individuals who become Readers should only do so after determining that they do not want to apply the course toward a degree. Applicants need only submit the online Reader Application.:

Admission to B. H. Carroll Theological Institute is open to qualified persons of all denominations and fellowships, of any race, national or ethnic origin, without regard to gender or handicap.

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