While it is recognized that intellectual and spiritual experiences during the undergraduate years are more important than courses completed and credit hours earned, courses and credits do reflect something of the range of exposure and degree of accomplishment in relevant understandings and skills. The seminary judges an applicant's credentials and reserves the right to determine admission deficiencies.
In the event that academic admission deficiencies are determined, applicants may satisfy these through additional undergraduate course work or other learning experiences as defined by the Admissions and Academic Standards Committee. Such work may be concurrent with regular seminary enrollment.
Students with admission deficiencies will not be permitted to enroll in more than 12 hours of graduate work until all admission deficiencies have been removed.