Welcome to Biblical Seminary's Online Application System
If you have any questions regarding the application process, or which application you need to fill out, please contact our helpful admissions department. If you are in need of financial aid assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our financial aid department.
Our application system contains all the items needed to apply for any Degree or Non-Degree Programs, Certificate in Advanced Professional Counseling (CAPC), and the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Program. Click here to apply for Global Trauma Institute Classes
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the deadlines for submitting an application?
The admissions office accepts applications on a "rolling" basis. This means that you can apply at any time during the year and enter a degree program at the beginning of any of our four terms.
Do you require any specialized testing requirements for the application process?
We do not require any specialized testing such as the GRE (Graduate Record Exam) for our admissions process. We believe that our application requirements give us the necessary information about our applicants to make a sound decision about thier admission to Biblical.
What is Biblical's response time to a completed application?
Once an application is completed all prospective students will receive an email from admissions indicating that their application has gone through. Afterwards, prospective students should expect to hear from someone in admissions in less than 7 business days regarding their application.
What is your policy regarding transferring students?
Transfer credit may be granted to qualified students for courses completed at other accredited graduate institutions. When requesting transfer credit, you must provide official transcripts of prior work and may be asked to provide course descriptions from a catalog or syllabus. Grades must be C (2.0) or higher to be considered.
Transfer credit is evaluated by the director of academic services and is credited after the successful completion of 9 credit hours at the seminary.
Biblical Seminary does not offer graduate credit for personal ministry experiences, including, but not limited to, missions trips sponsored by churches or other organizations.
Students may not transfer more than one-half of the credit needed to complete a program at Biblical. MA students must take at least one-half of the courses in their field of concentration at Biblical, while MDiv students will normally be required to take at least one-half of the required courses in each of the major divisions (Old Testament, New Testament, theology, and practical theology) at Biblical.
Normally, transfer credit is accepted only for courses completed before matriculation to Biblical Seminary. Certain programs (e.g., urban LEAD) may limit transfer credit. Accepting transfer credit is at the discretion of the academic office, based on the above criteria and the correspondence of classes to the seminary's curriculum.
Biblical Theological Seminary admits students of any race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, scholarships, loan programs, and other school-administered programs.
For more information, contact admissions at 800.235.4021 or 215.368.5000 x106 or