Possess a theological, ministerial or professional degree (or equivalent) from an accredited institution. Transcripts must include hours in biblical and theological studies, organizational leadership/administration, instructional theory and practice, and educational foundations. Students may be required to complete additional studies for admission.
Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in graduate studies.
Be expected to submit a research paper for a writing assignment.
Complete and Pass an Entrance Exam.
Complete an Entrance Interview.
Possess basic competency in research statistics based on transcriptic hours. However, students may take the graduate statistics course during their first semester in the program.
Demonstrate potential contribution to educational leadership in schools, churches, or other organizations. Experience is not a prerequisite.
Click here to access the Doctor of Education Inquiry Form.
An inquiry is required before an application can be processed.
Additionally, a transcript is required to determine if leveling courses are necessary for acceptance into the degree program.