SEBTS is on the forefront of academic and ministry-related research that is making a Kingdom impact. Engaging in meaningful research requires an adherence to high standards of academic integrity and ethical guidelines laid out in the document found on this page. Students who are engaged in research with human subjects are required to submit the appropriate documentation and gain approval from the Research Ethics and Review Committee prior to engaging in their research. Questions related to this document or the approval process can be directed to Dr. Tate Cockrell (Chair – Research Ethics and Review Committee) at [email protected].
Research Ethics Approval Process
All research conducted involving SEBTS students, faculty, or staff or external researchers on the SEBTS campus must abide by the following process outlined in the Research Ethics Approval form.