This program is offered in Korean, which is supernumerary admission. For more information, please refer to the PDF files.
Applicants are recommended to have a B.A. in Theology or Th.B. from an accredited university as a prerequisite. Those with an undergraduate background in a different field are strongly encouraged to pursue basic theological studies before applying. If not, supplement course requirements in addition to the curriculum must be fulfilled within the length of one-year program in order to graduate. M.A. program is offered in Christian Education (4 Semesters). Please note the program must be completed in two years.
this program is offered in Korean, which is supernumarary admission. For more information, please refer to the PDF files.
Applicants must have at least four years of undergraduate training plus three years of formal theological training (M.Div. or equivalent) as a prerequisite. Th.M. program is offered in Missiology only. Please note the program must be completed in two years.
Applicants must fulfill the prerequisites stated under the Th.M. program (Th.B. and M.Div.) and must have a Th.M. degree in the same field as the doctorate program applying for. Educators in key positions are primarily selected. All Th.D. students are granted probationary admission and are subject to academic review by the committee after the completion of 30 credits of coursework. If academic performance is not satisfactory, the committee may rescind admission and grant approval only for the Th.M. program instead. All students in this program must pass the Second Language Exam (French, German, Latin or other) in order to graduate. Th.D. program is offered in Christian Education (only for those who have Th.B., M.Div. and Th.M in Christian Education) and in Missiology. Length of program is three years.
All accepted students are granted provisional admission. Upon arrival, students must fulfill certain stipulations at PUTS. All students will be interviewed by the admissions committee as to reconfirm and reassess the appropriateness of the degree program and major. Oral and written exams give faculty members better understanding of the student’s academic ability, prospect, and future goals. Students may be asked to take additional courses. Failure to meet all stipulations could result in the rescinding of admission. For Th.D. students, all are granted probationary admission (see Th.D. Program).