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Admission process, requirements and expectations for students interested in McCormick's Masters Level and DMin programs.
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Join a dynamic community of learning and teaching, challenged by the Holy Spirit and grounded in God’s transforming love for the world in Jesus Christ.
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Theological education at McCormick seeks to advance knowledge, devotion, and service to God through constructive scholarship and teaching that explores the meaning, truth, and implication of the Christian faith in critical and contextual ways. All of this is directed at the formation and training of Christian leaders for faithful, inclusive, and liberating ministries in today’s Church and world.

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Basic Information for International Students

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  1. You must be registered full-time during the regular academic year to maintain your F-1 visa status and avoid future penalties. Unless authorized by a PDSO, the only exception is during your last semester of study at McCormick Seminary. 
  2. Keep your passport valid.
  3. You may work on campus up to 20 hours per week during the school year and up to 25 hours during vacation.
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Apply to McCormick Degree Programs
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Apply to McCormick Masters and Doctor of Ministry Programs

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Begin your application today!

Tell us a bit about yourself, then download the application that fits you best. 

 

 

Masters Programs

Masters Application

Student-at-Large Application

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Whether you wish to fund a student's education and living expenses at McCormick, underwrite special programs and projects, or give toward annual operating expenses, we invite and welcome your participation.


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Make a difference in the life and future of Christ's Church by making theological education more affordable and accessible to all who are called by God to professional ministry. 

For information regarding giving opportunities at McCormick Theological Seminary, please contact:

Lisa Dagher
VP for Seminary Relations and Development
McCormick Theological Seminary
5460 S. University Ave.
Chicago, IL 60615
773.947.6320
ldagher@mccormick.edu

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The certificate program prepares persons to serve the Church as lay leaders or enables students to correlate theological study with university studies, leading to a graduate degree in another field. The program includes exposure to basic studies in the biblical, theological, and historical fields.

The requirements of the Certificate are: a total of nine full courses, including the course entitled Pilgrimage in Faithfulness, and completion of the program within three years of the date of matriculation.

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The certificate program prepares persons to serve the Church as lay leaders or enables students to correlate theological study with university studies, leading to a graduate degree in another field. The program includes exposure to basic studies in the biblical, theological, and historical fields.

The requirements of the Certificate are: a total of nine full courses, including the course entitled Pilgrimage in Faithfulness, and completion of the program within three years of the date of matriculation.

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The Masters-level student government is known as Student Council and comprises approximately one dozen students from the junior, middler and senior classes.
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The Master's Level Student Council of McCormick Welcomes you!

The Student Council at McCormick is a student organization seeking to serve Master's level students and their families of McCormick Theological seminary through representation, communication, advocacy, and nurture. General concerns and questions can be sent to studentcouncil@go.mccormick.edu

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What We Do
The purpose of the Student Council is to:

Facilitate timely communication among students, faculty, administration, and the Board of Trustees; foster open communication and mutual respect among various interest groups of the McCormick community; respond to and serve as an advocate for needs and concerns of students; encourage and enable participation of students in the life of the whole community, providing opportunities for nurture, growth, renewal, fellowship, and connectedness among students and their families.