At Capital Seminary & Graduate School, our commitment to providing quality education and a personal experience extends to our admissions process. Our staff members exist specifically to address your needs and are available at any time to assist you.
All applicants will be evaluated based on their previous academic record, examination performance, and personal characteristics and aptitude. In order to clearly define our application process, we have outlined the admission requirements, application components, and timeline below.
Students must submit a personal vita. This vita should include, in the following order:
All applicants must submit a 15-page, graded research paper written at the master’s level.
PhD applicants must come to campus for an admissions interview. While on campus, applicants will be asked to write a field essay on a topic related to leadership. Applicants will receive a reading list and study guide to aid in preparation for the field essay. Applicants may bring a laptop to use in producing the essay.
DMin applicants must also complete a field essay and interview. The interview may be by phone or in person. DMin applicants will be provided with an article and must write using the prompts provided, no preparation necessary.
Applicants will be notified of the admissions decision within four weeks of the submission of all application materials. Five decisions are possible: