- Street Address:
- 780 Argyle Street
- Mailing Address:
- 780 Argyle Street
- Postal Code:
- K9H 5T2
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Please Note: This page is maintained by the institution, and was last updated on 2018-11-08.
In existence since 1939, Master's College and Seminary is an accredited institution that provides training programs to equip leaders for ministry. Students can study at the Peterborough campus or online. Master's graduates serve in vocational and lay ministry positions around the world.
Does offer online programming.
Is actively recruiting home educated students.
Is endorsed by Education Unlimited as Home-Education Friendly.
Home Education Admission Policy/Process/Procedure
Directives are intended for students who lack Alberta Programs of Study Accreditation and serve only as guidelines when seeking or preparing for admission equivalents (alternatives) to Alberta 30 level requirements.
Specific admission requirements vary with programs.
Home School Applicants
Master's has been accepting home-schooled applicants for many years and has been very pleased with their success rate. Our policy for home-school applicants is outlined below but prospective applicants are encouraged to connect with our Admissions Counsellor or the Dean of Educational Services regarding any questions they might have.
Home school applicants will be considered on an individual basis in order to determine their readiness to undertake university-level studies. As part of the application process, home school applicants must:
o Provide an overview of the Home School program they completed. This overview should include a description of the major courses completed as well as a list of textbooks used in the final three years of the program and an academic transcript of the courses taken.
o Provide ONE of the following:
o Results from the SAT. A minimum score of 600 must be attained to demonstrate proficiency. (Information on SAT is available at http://www.collegeboard.com/testing/)
o Results from the ACT. (Information on ACT is available at http://www.act.org/). A minimum composite score of 20 is required to demonstrate proficiency.
o Results from a psychometric test (contact the Registrar’s Office for additional information).
o Provide a letter of recommendation from the teacher/parent, including a summary of academic achievements.
o An interview in person or by phone may be arranged at the discretion of the Admissions Committee.
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