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Admissions Policy & Information

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Applicants to Queens College of Theology will be required to meet the following criteria: 
 

Bachelor's Degree: One official copy of a high school transcript or equivalent. 

Master's Degree: An official transcript showing an award of a "Bachelor's Degree" with a minimum of 120 credits and a minimum grade point average of 2.5 from an accredited institution, secular or Christian institution, or verifiable Bible College. 

Doctor's Degree: An official transcript showing an award of a "Master's Degree" with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 from an accredited institution, secular or Christian institution or verifiable Bible College. 

There are two options to send your official transcript to Queens College of Theology. 

By e-mail: transcripts@queenstheology.org

Fax: (704) 810-4878
 

Admissions Committee

The Dean of Students shall commission a committee that determines the eligibility of each candidate, and then utilizes the factors and discretion to approve admission. This committee will additionally provide transcript evaluation in accordance with our admission requirements. The committee shall consist of 3 individuals, who must agree in the majority of an application. Under no circumstance can the committee discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, gender identification, sexual orientation, or age. If an accusation of such discrimination exists, the Dean of Student Affairs shall form a disciplinary panel to investigate such claims. If the claims are substantiated, those proven to have violated such act will be promptly terminated from our College.

Admission Factors

The most important factor in consideration for admission is the students' eligibility for the institution. Once the committee verifies the eligibility standards have been met, the committee will then use the following factors to supplement their decisions: 

  • Previous courses in the field of study. 

  • Past experience in the field of study. 

  • Church-sponsored bible studies or teacher training. 

  • Significant life events, which have relation to self-education. 

  • Personal development courses for job credit or advancement. 

  • Any formal training pas the secondary school levels. 

Policy on Transfers

Students transferring credits to Queens College of Theology must pay per credit transferred, following our normal rate of tuition. 

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