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To be eligible to enroll in any of the Masters Level degree granting programs, not the Certificate Programs at the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary/ITC, the student should possess the following credentials and/or submit the following items:

Bachelor’s degree with a minimum grade point average of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent, from an accredited college or university;

  1. Official and complete transcript of all college, university, and seminary records;
  2. Endorsement from your Jurisdictional Bishop.
  3. Three recommendations-ministerial, academic, and business.
  4. Autobiographical statement.
  5. Health statement.
  6. Application fee of .

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Degrees & Programs Offered

At the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary, students can receive a Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Religious Education, Doctor of Ministry, and Doctor of Theology in Pastoral Counseling. Students also can obtain a Dual degree, namely a combination of two of the Master’s programs offered at the ITC. Master of Divinity is offered on campus and online. It generally takes three years (72-78 semester hours) to complete the Master of Divinity degree, the basic, first professional degree for the ordained ministry offered to Students who enroll at the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary.

At the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary/ITC, the curriculum is complemented by innovative special programs that provide research and learning opportunities for students and faculty and service to society. A partial list of such initiatives at the ITC includes: RISE Together, Youth Hope Builders Academy; the Sankofa Center: and the Black Women in Church and Society Program. For more information about these programs, Click Here
At the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary, students have access to the following professional organizations:

American Academy of Religion

The Society of Biblical Literature

The Society of Pentecostal Studies

The Society for the Study of Black Religion

COGIC Scholars

Students seeking admissions to the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary/ITC should plan to visit the ITC and participate in the Conference on the Ministry. It, too, would be good for perspective students to visit the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary/ITC during Founder’s Week, which usually is the last full week in February
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