Graduate Admission Requirements

Please review the admission requirements for your program of interest before applying.

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Candidate Selection

Doctoral Programs

Admission to doctoral programs is highly competitive and requires an interview after initial evaluation of the total applicant pool.

Master's Programs with Limited Enrollment

Admission to M.A. programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Biblical Exegesis, Biblical Archaeology, and the ELIC Partnership Program are somewhat competitive and requires evaluation of the total applicant pool.

Graduate Programs with Open Enrollment

Applications for all other M.A. programs and special-student status are evaluated on a rolling basis and do not require an interview.

Admission Requirements

Doctoral Programs

Department

Degree

Biblical & Theological Studies

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Biblical & Theological Studies*

 

Psychology

Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology*

 

 

Master's Programs

Department

Degree

Biblical & Theological Studies

Biblical Archaeology*

Biblical Exegesis*

Biblical Studies "part-time" cohort

History of Christianity

Theology

 

Christian Formation & Ministry

Christian Formation & Ministry

 

Evangelism and Leadership

Evangelism & Leadership

Missional Church Movements

 

Intercultural Studies

Intercultural Studies & Missions 

TESOL & Intercultural Studies

 

Psychology

Clinical Mental Health Counseling*

Counseling Ministries

Marriage & Family Therapy*

 

Teaching

Teaching (MAT)
Includes licensure in elementary or secondary education.

 

Accelerated Master's

Accelerated MA
For current Wheaton undergraduates only.

 

* Programs with limited enrollment.

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