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  • About Wheaton College Graduate School | Wheaton
    servant scholars and leaders through exceptional graduate programs for Christ and His Kingdom Our Vision God transforming the world through scholars and practitioners rooted in Christ and equipped for global leadership Built on a Historic Foundation Wheaton College Graduate School is a part of Wheaton College a Christian interdenominational four year liberal arts school founded in 1860 The Graduate School was founded in 1937 to provide further theological training and ministry skills needed to advance the cause of Christ and His kingdom Both the College and Graduate School are on the same eighty acre campus in Wheaton IL a forty five minute train ride straight west of downtown Chicago Drawing on the values of our Christian liberal arts heritage we offer 19 degree programs in the areas of psychology education seminary and leadership with many courses available in flexible formats that fit the needs of today s adult students Our goal is to equip emerging leaders through a singular educational experience to go into the world and become effective influencers wherever God may call them Scholarship Committed to Servanthood Scholarship Committed to Servanthood isn t just our motto It s an idea that informs every part of the Wheaton College Graduate School experience Scholarship Wheaton offers students a rare combination of academic excellence and practical training in the evangelical Christian tradition You will benefit from studying with committed internationally respected and well published faculty who create an educational environment that prepares individuals to lead serve counsel direct and teach throughout the world Servanthood Beyond simply learning for learning s sake the Graduate School is committed to the direct application of our scholarly work to the service of the church and the world Our alumni make a powerful impact around the world as servant leaders shaping the work of the kingdom

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/About (2016-02-17)
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  • Welcome from the Dean | Wheaton
    the Dean Profile Accreditations People of Wheaton College Graduate School Graduate School Billy Graham Center 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5933 The key to successful leadership today author Ken Blanchard once wrote is influence not authority Gazing into a future which promises ever increasing shifts in existing social economic academic and ecclesial structures all taking place amidst an ever widening global economy of ideas we sense that these words will only prove truer tomorrow than they are today If so then those who emerge to fill the gaps of leadership will likely be those men and women who are best equipped to step back and navigate the shifting terrain of their respective fields At the Wheaton College Graduate School we see our job not so much as making leaders but as providing emerging leaders with the disciplinary map they will need a theologically integrated map that come what may will last a lifetime To this end ever since 1937 the Graduate School has sought to occupy a unique place within the world of Christian higher education by providing a singular educational experience Today it is our goal to offer the tutelage of world class scholars within a diverse community of vibrant faith all the while thoroughly grounded in the authority of the Scriptures and thoughtfully engaged with the broader liberal arts Not only has this been our heritage at Wheaton it is also our future As a graduate faculty we are convinced that there is no better way forward in preparing tomorrow s influencers for the challenges that await them If these commitments resonate with you then I invite you to prayerfully consider exploring our community at the Wheaton College Graduate School Should God open the door for you to join us we would look forward

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  • Wheaton College Graduate School Profile | Wheaton
    Studies Psychology Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy Christian Formation and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership Intercultural Studies Department Teaching TESOL Degree Formats Student Life Spiritual Life Housing and Dining International Student Life Student Employment Student Care Campus Spots and Events Campus Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School About Profile Wheaton College Graduate School Profile The Wheaton College Graduate School encompasses students from a wide variety of backgrounds from around the country and the world Menu Welcome from the Dean Profile Accreditations People of Wheaton College Graduate School Graduate School Billy Graham Center 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5933 Our Mission To form servant scholars and leaders through exceptional graduate programs for Christ and His Kingdom Our Vision God transforming the world through scholars and practitioners rooted in Christ and equipped for global leadership Enrollment Profile Total Students 549 Student Faculty Ratio 14 1 Men 42 Women 58 Full Time 52 Part Time 48 Denominations 16 States 40 Minority Students 12 International Students 14 Average Age 29 Graduate Degrees Explore a variety of graduate degrees designed to equip you to serve the body of Christ and his church worldwide More

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/About/Profile (2016-02-17)
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  • Graduate School Accreditations | Wheaton
    and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership Intercultural Studies Department Teaching TESOL Degree Formats Student Life Spiritual Life Housing and Dining International Student Life Student Employment Student Care Campus Spots and Events Campus Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School About Accreditations Graduate School Accreditations The following organizations provide accreditation to certain degrees within the Wheaton College Graduate School Menu Welcome from the Dean Profile Accreditations People of Wheaton College Graduate School Graduate School Billy Graham Center 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5933 NCA North Central Association of Colleges and Schools HLC Higher Learning Commission of the NCA 30 N LaSalle St Suite 2400 Chicago IL 60602 800 621 7440 APA American Psychological Association Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation American Psychological Association 750 1st Street NE Washington DC 20002 Phone 202 336 5979 E mail apaaccred apa org NCATE National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education 2010 Massachusetts Av NW Suite 500 Washington DC 20036 202 466 7496 Accredited for initial teacher preparation level includes all programs at the baccalaureate and post baccalaureate levels that prepare candidates for the first license to teach Graduate Cameo Building Community Graduate Degrees Explore a

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/About/Accreditations (2016-02-17)
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  • Ask Your Admissions Counselor | Wheaton
    Formation and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership Intercultural Studies Department Teaching TESOL Degree Formats Student Life Spiritual Life Housing and Dining International Student Life Student Employment Student Care Campus Spots and Events Campus Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School Admissions Ask Your Admissions Counselor Ask Your Admissions Counselor Thank you for your interest in Wheaton College Graduate School Please fill out this inquiry form to contact your Graduate Admissions counselor Menu Plan Your Visit How to Apply Ask Your Admissions Counselor International Admissions Graduate Admissions FAQs Graduate Admissions Staff First Name Last Name Email Confirm Email Phone Program Interest Biblical Archaeology Biblical Exegesis Biblical Studies part time only Christian Formation and Ministry Bible and Theology Christian Formation and Ministry Church and Parachurch Christian Formation and Ministry Outdoor and Adventure Leadership Christian Formation and Ministry Student Development Clinical Mental Health Counseling Evangelism and Leadership Evangelism and Leadership Outdoor and Adventure Leadership History of Christianity History of Christianity Early Christianity History of Christianity Modern Christianity History of Christianity Reformation Christianity Intercultural Studies Marriage and Family Therapy Missional Church Movements Teaching Elementary Teaching Secondary TESOL Theology Historical Theology Systematic Ph D Historical Theology Ph D Systematic Theology

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Admissions/Request-Information (2016-02-17)
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  • Graduate Admissions FAQs | Wheaton
    code is 001781 4 Is campus housing available Yes graduate students have the option of living on campus or off campus On campus there are a limited number of one bedroom apartments and houses Priority is given to international students and Colson Scholar families A list of off campus housing opportunities is available as well to help you in the search for area housing 5 Are Graduate Assistantships available Yes a limited number of assistantships are available in each graduate academic department Some duties include clerical work test grading and classroom or research assistance Pay is on an hourly basis up to ten hours per week and second semester students are given preference Submit an application directly to your academic department The Residence Life Department also offers two types of graduate assistantships Benefits include one free course per semester For full details visit Graduate Assistantships 6 What about transfer credits The department chair for your program and the Registrar s Office will make the official determination after you have enrolled of what credit can transfer At least 75 of the total hours required for your Wheaton College Graduate School program must be taken from Wheaton Courses cannot be transferred if they have a grade lower than B were used toward an earned graduate degree or were taken eight or more years before enrollment at Wheaton Students must complete their last semester of study at Wheaton 7 I need to defer my admission What do I do You can defer enrollment for up to an entire academic year for any program except Clinical Psychology or Biblical Exegesis Just check the box for deferment on the Enrollment Confirmation Form you received with your admission letter If you have already confirmed and need to change your status please contact the the Graduate Admissions

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  • Graduate Admissions Staff | Wheaton
    new recipes and refurbishing roadside furniture Why I love working at Wheaton College in Graduate Admissions I strongly believe that education can be used as a tool to guide and transform students academically vocationally and spiritually I love working at Wheaton College in Graduate Admissions because of the Christ centered role to guide and counsel students towards their own transformational journey and help them develop the tools to better their local community and the world for Christ and His Kingdom Nancy Crane Graduate Application Processor Nancy Crane wheaton edu About me I was born and raised in the city of Chicago one of 8 children in a Catholic working class family I currently reside in unincorporated Wheaton I have three grown children two girls and a boy I enjoy reading hiking and theater I have a degree from College of DuPage Why I love working at Wheaton College in Graduate Admissions I love working at Wheaton College because it allows me to fulfill a call to service for His Kingdom and to work with like minded people who take their faith seriously and want to live it out day to day Dusty Di Santo Director of Graduate Admissions About me I was born in Chicago land and raised in Naperville IL I have a B A in Communication and an M B A from Taylor University My wife Andrea and I have a daughter Ada a son Mack and a dog Wrigley I love people food music and Chicago sports Why I love working at Wheaton College in Graduate Admissions I see my position as a ministry Every day I have the blessing of serving students during one of the most impactful times in their lives When our students graduate they serve Christ and His Kingdom throughout the world and our office has the privilege of playing a part in that critical process I also love working with an amazing staff which exists to help students in every part of their graduate school process We love what we do Kim Matsumoto Graduate Admissions Counselor 630 752 5142 Kim Matsumoto wheaton edu About me I was born in Chicago and raised in the Lincoln Park neighborhood I have two brothers one is a Wheaton alum and we are sansei third generation Japanese American I have a B A in English from Seattle Pacific University and an M B A Marketing from the University of Chicago I love cookies and all kinds of music Bluegrass Big Band Baroque Folk Rock Doo Wop Latin Jazz Motown Pop and forms of worship Why I love working at Wheaton College in Graduate Admissions The absolutely positively favorite part of my job is interacting with students Some are exploring where their passions gifts and goals might intersect Others have found that junction All of them are considering how Wheaton can help them on their journey If you are were or might be a Wheaton College graduate student thank you for letting me walk alongside you for

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  • Graduate School Tuition and Fees | Wheaton
    in the fall and spring terms GSS is capped at 3 000 per year for students enrolling in the hybrid modular format of the MA in Intercultural Studies Program GRAs can receive a Graduate Student Scholarship if they are enrolled in at least 8 hours in the fall or spring semester Their GSS is capped at 5 000 per year GRAs receive 4 free credit hours per fall spring and summer term Biblical and Theological Studies Tuition Program Program link leads to typical course sequence Total Program Hours Semester Tuition Per Credit Hour Fall 2016 Spring 2017 Summer Tuition Per Credit Hour Summer 2016 PhD in Biblical and Theological Studies MA in Biblical Archaeology Extra costs 2016 Ashkelon Dig not including flight 3 950 Fall 2016 JUC tuition and living expenses 14 602 See JUC s website for details MA in Biblical Exegesis MA in Biblical Studies Cohort MA in History of Christianity MA in Theology 54 42 42 42 48 Fully subsidized 795 795 636 795 795 535 624 535 535 Psychology Tuition Program Program link leads to typical course sequence Total Program Hours Semester Tuition Per Credit Hour Summer Tuition Per Credit Hour PsyD in Clinical Psychology MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Extra costs Program Counseling Fee 1st Semester Only MA in Marriage and Family Therapy 120 60 48 1 005 795 480 795 985 780 535 Christian Formation and Ministry Tuition Program Program link leads to typical course sequence Total Program Hours Semester Tuition Per Credit Hour Summer Tuition Per Credit Hour Bible Theology and Ministry 1 5 years Bible Theology and Ministry 2 years Church and Parachurch Ministry 1 5 years Church and Parachurch Ministry 2 years Outdoor and Adventure Leadership Student Development GRA Student Development non GRA 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 795 795 795 795 795 795 795 535 535 535 535 535 535 535 Evangelism and Leadership Tuition Program Program link leads to typical course sequence Total Program Hours Semester Tuition Per Credit Hour Summer Tuition Per Credit Hour MA in Evangelism and Leadership MA in Missional Church Movements summers only 40 40 795 N A 535 535 Intercultural Studies Tuition Program Program link leads to typical course sequence Total Program Hours Semester Tuition Per Credit Hour Summer Tuition Per Credit Hour MA in Intercultural Studies hybrid modular format MA in TESOL and Intercultural Studies ELIC Program 40 40 595 795 535 535 535 535 Teaching Tuition Program Program link leads to typical course sequence Total Program Hours Semester Tuition Per Credit Hour Summer Tuition Per Credit Hour MAT in Elementary Education MAT in Secondary Education 64 54 795 795 535 535 Other Tuition Costs Program Tuition Graduate certificate 795 per credit hour Graduate audit 100 per course non alumni 50 per course alumni Alumni of Wheaton College or Wheaton College Graduate School Miscellaneous Late Payment 75 Books MA 34 credit hr avg PsyD 38 credit hr avg PhD 18 credit hr avg Thesis Applied Thesis Continuation 50 each semester

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Financial-Aid/Tuition-and-Fees (2016-02-17)
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