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Masters College And Seminary
Toronto, Canada



   

University description (as per official university website)

Master’s College and Seminary has been accredited by the Association of Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) since 1989. ABHE is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) as an undergraduate accrediting agency (CHEA is a private non-profit national organization that coordinates accreditation activity in the United States. Visit www.chea.org for additional information on CHEA.). Master's College and Seminary is also chartered by the Government of Ontario to offer theological degrees. Many Canadian universities have granted our students transfer of credit to their baccalaureate programs. MCS graduates have also been accepted in a wide number of graduate and seminary programs in Canada and the United States.

Master’s Seminary was launched in 1996 with a partnership agreement with Tyndale Seminary (Toronto). This partnership has allowed us to offer graduate courses that are accredited through Tyndale, which is accredited with the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) (www.ats.edu).

ABHE FAQ's

On what basis does MCS offer degree and diploma programs?

MCS is a well recognized ministry training school with a charter from the Ontario government that allows the school to grant degrees in the areas of theology and Biblical Studies. With such a provincial charter, students qualify for government funding provided through provincial and federal offices.

What accreditation does Master’s College have?

MCS has accreditation for its undergraduate programs from the Association for Biblical Higher Education [ABHE]. The Association of Biblical Higher Education is a network of over 100 Bible Colleges from Canada and the United States who have banded together to support and ensure quality and ongoing improvement in theological education and pastoral training among its members.

What accreditation does Master’s Seminary have?

The courses offered by Master’s Seminary, by virtue of its affiliation with Tyndale University College & Seminary, are accredited through Tyndale by the Association of Theological Schools. This graduate accreditation is totally separate from the undergraduate situation. Graduate and undergraduate studies at MCS are accredited independently.


What is accreditation all about and how does it work?

Accreditation is founded upon three key principles: voluntary participation, self-study, and peer review. Standards are self-imposed by responsible and seasoned educators among member institutions (increasingly, with strong input from public constituents). Institutions seeking to obtain or renew accreditation are required to conduct a comprehensive, analytical self-study involving input from every key internal and external institutional constituency and resulting in both an assessment of quality in reference to common standards and in recommendations for improvement. An evaluation team composed of professional peer educators from sister institutions typically reviews the institution’s self-study report, verifies the institution’s claims concerning quality and integrity, offers recommendations concerning compliance and/or improvement, and renders a decision concerning whether to recommend accreditation. The findings of an evaluation team (along with an institution’s response and follow up record) are typically reviewed by a commission or panel on accreditation (which includes representatives of the public) empowered to render a decision concerning the institution’s accredited status.

Who is the ABHE?

This association helps ministry training schools achieve high academic standards as they seek to fulfill their mandate to students. The ABHE head office is located in Orlando, Florida and belongs to the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, a federal US organization that regulates education across North America. No such equivalent body exists in Canada and therefore MCS is not required to belong to such an organization. Canadian colleges and universities have no such Canadian standard accrediting body. Yet, the Board of Governors of MCS, in order to insure that the education delivered is of the highest standard, deems it important for the institution to have such an affiliation.

What is the current accreditation status of MCS?

MCS is an accredited college with the Association of Biblical Higher Education. The school has held accreditation with the ABHE since 1994. In February 2008, Commission on Accreditation moved to continue the accreditation of the school as it works toward its 10 year reaffirmation of accredited status.

How does accreditation affect student loans?

Student loans are not affected by accreditation. Loans and grants are given by the provincial and federal government agencies to institutions that hold charters for their programs and degrees with their respective provincial governments.

I’d like to try a course at Master’s…


Would you like to take a Bible college course, but not interested in a “credit?” Try “auditing” a course at Master’s—
on campus or onsite.

If you’re 55+ check out our tuition discounts
Thinking about taking a Bible college course, but not sure you’d like to apply to a program of study? Master’s gives you the option of taking one, two or three courses in a semester—either at our Toronto campus or online—as an “occasional student.” (Once you’ve completed a total of five courses, we’ll ask you to apply as a “regular student”.)




If you’ve been granted a Letter of Permission from another institution to study at MCS, fill out the online Occasional Student Form.

Step 1: Fill out the online “Occasional Student” application form. Once we’ve processed your application, Flora Anthony will notify you of your acceptance—usually by email or phone—in about 7 business days. At that point, you’ll need to send us the $25.00 application fee. (If you’re auditing a course, there’s no application fee.)

Step 2: Select and register for your course(s).

What courses are available for the Winter semester?
Toronto campus…
Online Courses...
Onsite Courses...
Mentoring & Ministry
Internship & Practicums...
Toronto Campus Intensives...
Intercultural...
How do I register for my course(s)?
Steps for Summer 2010 Registration
Once you’ve completed the registration process, Merv Anthony will confirm your course selections—or ask you to choose an alternative—in about 7 business days.

Next steps?

Pay for your courses (see the fees and payment options)
purchase your textbooks (see Ordering Textbooks)
more information:
Academic Calendar
Scholarships
Fees and Finances
Ministry & Mentoring


I’d like to apply to a program…


Did you earn a Ministerial Diploma from EPBC/Master’s at least 3 years ago, and would you like to continue your education? Check out Master’s B.Th., Completion Program…

Master’s offers you a variety of programs: Bachelor of Theology (with emphases in Pastoral or Youth); Bachelor of Religious Education (Pastoral Ministry); Ministerial Diploma; Certificates (more information…).

If you’d like to be in a program, you can apply to be a full-time or part-time student. First, make sure that you meet the specific requirements of the program you’d like to apply to. Then, follow these steps…


Head’s up…
You’ll need to arrange for three references, official transcripts, a photo, photocopies of your SIN card and government-issued photo ID, and more. See the Application Checklist for all the details.
Step 1: Download and print a copy of the “Regular Application Form”. Complete the form and submit it—with $75.00—to the Registrar’s Office by the application timelines. (Need help completing the application? Contact Flora by eMail or by phone at 1-800-295-6368 x. 243.)

Once the Admissions Committee receives all of your information, it will review and process your application. Flora Anthony will notify you of your acceptance—usually by email or phone. You’ll also receive a letter from the Admissions Committee—and an acceptance packet with additional information.


Online registration opens for a two-week period about one month before each semester begins. You can also register for courses at the Toronto campus at the beginning of the semester.
More info here …









Step 2: Select and register for your course(s).

What courses are available for the winter semester?
Toronto campus…
Online Courses...
Onsite Courses...
Mentoring & Ministry
Internship & Practicums...
Toronto Campus Intensives...
Intercultural...
How do I register for my course(s)?
Steps for Summer 2010 Registration
Once you’ve completed the registration process, Merv Anthony will confirm your course selections—or ask you to choose an alternative—in about 7 business days.

Next steps?

Pay for your courses (see the fees and payment options)
purchase your textbooks (see Ordering Textbooks)
more information:
Academic Calendar
Scholarships
Fees and Finances
Ministry & Mentoring



Website:: http://www.mcs.edu
Email: info@mcs.edu
Scholarships section: Scholarships website section
Scholarships email: Donna.Haug@mcs.edu






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