The Advanced Master of Divinity is based upon the assumption that a person has had significant undergraduate preparation in biblical or religious studies culminating in the attainment of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of similar theological persuasion.
Admission to the Advanced Master of Divinity will be determined after a thorough evaluation of the applicant’s transcript in light of the prerequisite undergraduate preparation necessary for the program. Applicants must have a minimum of a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in the baccalaureate classes required for their major to the accepted into the Advanced Master of Divinity. To demonstrate writing ability applicants must submit a graded research paper from their baccalaureate studies. If no such paper is available, applicants will be asked to write an essay demonstrating their writing/research ability and discussing why they are qualified to participate in the Advanced Master of Divinity. Due to the substantial academic prerequisite for admission, students who are 5 years removed from their baccalaureate graduation are not eligible for admission to the program.
For a full explanation of the Advanced M.Div. for CASE students click the link below.