M.A. in Ministry Application

How to Apply

Applying for the MA in Ministry is a simple process. Expeditious submission of the following forms or documentation to the Admissions Office should result in prompt acceptance to the Master of Arts in Ministry program.

Admissions Requirements

  1. Submission of required application forms (see application process below).
  2. Documented proof of completion of an earned accredited baccalaureate degree (BA or BS).
  3. Grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale), in the BA (or BS) degree, documented by official transcripts.

Exceptions: Any applicant not meeting the above-stated requirements may petition the Graduate Faculty Committee (which serves as the exceptions body in any academic policy matters) for an exception.

Admissions Process

 

1. Application for Admission

Complete and submit the application form (online  or paper) along with a $50 application fee.

2. Official Transcript

A Bachelors degree with GPA of 3.0 or higher from an accredited institution is required.  Send a Request for Official Transcripts to each college or university you have previously attended. (Unofficial transcripts will not be accepted.) Sealed transcripts must be sent by the college/university to:

Admissions
Randall University
3701 S. I-35 Service Road
Moore, OK 73160

3. Two References

Ask your pastor to complete the Church Validation Form (right) and return to you in a signed, sealed envelope. Submit the form with your application.

Ask an adult who knows you well to complete a Reference Form (right) in a signed, sealed envelope. Submit the form with your application.

4. Statement of Goals

Write a Statement of Goals which lists your goals/plans and explains how the degree will help you fulfill them.

5. Biblical Foundations Statement

Read and sign the Biblical Foundations Statement (right). Submit this form with your application.

6. Financial Aid 

If needed, apply for financial assistance or scholarships by filling out the Scholarship Application Form and the FAFSA. After the forms are completed, schedule an appointment with the Financial Aid Officer.

Contact

For more information about the Master of Arts in Ministry, or any of our masters degree programs, please contact graduate@ru.edu or 405.912.9007.