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Thank you for your interest in Metro Atlanta Seminary! We are pleased that you are considering attending our seminary. Below you will find general information about admissions here at MAS. If you do not find the answers to questions you may have, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
All applicants must meet the academic qualifications for their intended program of study (further information about our programs of study can be found here: Master’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree). Applicants are also assessed before entry to establish that they are Christians who are maturing spiritually. They should be in good standing with their local church, and in a reasonable state of health.
The closing date for applications is September 1st and January 1st of each year. Late applications are considered depending on space available. Prospective students should have as comprehensive a knowledge of the Bible as possible before admission.
You can view the MAS Tuition & Fees page to see the fees involved with attending Metro Atlanta Seminary. Students are expected to pay all fees for each term on the day of registration. If a payment schedule is needed, terms can be arranged with the business manager. All fees must be fully paid before a student can start another term or graduate.
Due to the generosity of Christians committed to the work at MAS, limited funds are available as scholarships. Find out more about financial aid assistance here.
Refunds of tuition will be given on the following basis:
Each student is required to be fully involved in a local church or Christian ministry each academic year in the capacity of an intern, and following the Laboratory Curriculum. Successful fulfillment of the Laboratory/Internship Curriculum requirements is a prerequisite for graduation.
Metro Atlanta Seminary does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, national and ethnic origin, gender, disability, or age.
As we anticipate the arrival of all new and returning students, MAS arranges a full schedule of orientation activities at the beginning of each year. We strive to provide an atmosphere of Christian unity and fellowship as the faculty, staff, and returning students help to familiarize new students the program, and various ministry opportunities. Seminars on study helps are also offered.
Official registration is held on the first day of Orientation. The dates for this week will be in the information packet sent to you with the application materials. Advisors are available during this time to assist you in making decisions regarding class schedules and practical training assignments.
General – Metro Atlanta Seminary does not provide personal insurance. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure that he or she is covered in case of sickness or injury.
Indemnity – Students will be expected to sign an indemnity form upon registration.
MAS will accept transfer of credit from all accredited schools; bachelor’s level will be credited at bachelor’s level, and master’s level will be accredited at master’s level. A maximum of ten hours can be transferred into the program.
We have been amazed at the men and women who have said, "Yes!" to the type of work we are doing. They have seen MAS as a special place to give of their talents and resources. We would love to give you more information about how you can become part of the movement. We need people like you to bless the seminary as we do the work we are called to do.