A well-prepared student has a broad background in liberal arts education, strong leadership potential, a deep connection with their faith and spirituality, experience in multicultural settings, and the ability to articulate their sense of call to work toward social change.
- A Bachelor of Arts degree or its equivalent. Normally this degree will be from a member institution of the Association of Universities and Colleges or an institution accredited by a United States agency recognized by the Council of Higher Education Accreditation.
- A Cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, documented by official transcripts.
- Demonstrated ability to be successful in an educational environment where English serves as the instructional language. For international applicants, visit the International Students page to learn more about our language exam requirements.