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  • Graduate Assistantships | Wheaton
    students are given preference Complete the Application for Graduate Academic Assistantship PDF to apply Graduate Resident Advisers GRA Graduate Resident Advisers GRA are part time 2 year professional positions that work for 10 months typically 20 hours per week hours fluctuate depending on the seasons and situations within residence life These resident positions are responsible for assisting in student care discipline and facility management There are two types of GRA positions available Graduate Resident Advisers Apartments Six live in apartment positions are available Resident assistants are responsible for campus apartment units and or campus houses approx 10 hours per week and work in another division of Student Development approx 10 hours per week Graduate Resident Advisers Residence Halls Six live in residence hall positions are available Resident advisers are responsible for one of four residence hall areas Visit Human Resources to view job descriptions and how to apply Applications will continue to be reviewed until all positions are filled Compensation GRA candidates are considered for merit based scholarships However please note that hired GRAs merit scholarships may be reduced when coordinated with the staff tuition benefit Graduate Resident Assistants receive one free course per semester free housing a one or two bedroom furnished apartment furnished office including computer system basic phone line utilities a taxable stipend other specified part time employee privileges Schedule GRAs begin work at the beginning of July and end the last week in May Actual starting and ending dates vary according to the college calendar One full weekend off is granted to live in Graduate Residents during the months of August September October November February and April GRAs do not work the two and a half weeks between semesters and the week of Spring Break Graduate Student Assistants GSA Graduate Student Assistants GSA are part time one to two year professional positions that work alongside various departments within Wheaton College GSA positions provide graduate students the opportunity to both earn an income and gain career experience specific to the field in which they work These opportunities include Office of Multicultural Development Graduate Student Assistant Office of Christian Outreach Christian Service Council Graduate Student Assistant Student Care Office Graduate Student Assistant Visit Human Resources to view job descriptions and how to apply Application deadline is March 1 and a pplications will be reviewed until all positions are filled Eligibility Graduate Assistants must be enrolled in at least 8 hours but not more than 10 hours each semester Students applying for a M A in Christian Formation and Ministry Biblical Exegesis Intercultural Studies Theology and History of Christianity are eligible to apply for a Graduate Assistantship in Residence Life Those applying to the Student Development concentration in the Christian Formation and Ministry program will be given priority GRA and GSA Application Process Applicants may apply for more than one Assistantship First consideration will be given to those applying to the Student Development concentration in the M A in Christian Formation and Ministry and those who will have at

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  • Graduate Degrees | Wheaton
    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 Degrees Graduate Degrees Wheaton College Graduate School offers doctoral and masters degree programs in the areas of psychology education ministry and leadership Each program is designed to provide excellent training in theory and praxis from a distinctly Christian perspective Menu About Admissions Financial Aid Degrees Biblical and Theological Studies Psychology Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy Christian Formation and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership Intercultural Studies Department Teaching TESOL Degree Formats Student Life Academic Services Like Us on Facebook Wheaton College Graduate School Graduate Admissions Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone Toll free 800 888 0141 Dpt 630 752 5195 Fax 630 752 7047 graduate admissions wheaton edu Doctoral Degrees Department Degree Biblical Theological Studies Doctor of Philosophy PhD in Biblical Theological Studies Psychology Doctor of Psychology PsyD in Clinical Psychology Master of Arts Degrees Department Degree Biblical Theological Studies M A in Biblical Archaeology M A in Biblical Exegesis M A in Biblical Studies M A in History of Christianity M A in Theology Christian Formation Ministry M A in Christian Formation Ministry Offering four concentrations Bible Theology and Ministry Church and Parachurch Ministry Outdoor Adventure Leadership Student Development Evangelism and Leadership M A in Evangelism Leadership M A in Missional Church Movements Intercultural Studies M A in Intercultural Studies M A in TESOL and Intercultural Studies Psychology M A in Clinical Mental Health Counseling M A in Marriage Family Therapy Teaching M A in Teaching MAT with Elementary or Secondary Education Certification Also available as an Accelerated Master s to current undergraduate Wheaton College students only Graduate Admissions Ask your Admissions Counselor Submit your questions and we would be happy

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  • Biblical and Theological Studies | Wheaton
    s presence in Israel s journey from slavery to the Promised Land Dr Perrin explains how the Exodus is one very important chapter of the broader story of God s redeeming work in the world a story that climaxes in the life death and resurrection of Jesus and continues in our lives today Dean Perrin s Bio Wheaton College Graduate School Degrees Biblical and Theological Studies Biblical and Theological Studies A biblical and theological studies degree from Wheaton College Graduate School will provide you with a solid theological base and methodological skills that will prepare you for further doctoral studies or a variety of ministry contexts Menu Biblical and Theological Studies Ph D in Biblical Theological Studies M A Programs Faculty Books Psychology Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy Christian Formation and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership Intercultural Studies Department Teaching TESOL Degree Formats Like Us on Facebook Wheaton College Graduate School Graduate Admissions Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone Toll free 800 888 0141 Dpt 630 752 5195 Fax 630 752 7047 graduate admissions wheaton edu Related Links Biblical and Theological Studies Department Mission Biblical and Theological Studies Faculty Biblical and Theological Studies Courses Conferences Lectures Colloquiums Archaeology Museum The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Graduate Programs When you study biblical and theological studies at Wheaton College Graduate School you ll enter a scholarly helpful and understanding atmosphere in which students confront both traditional and contemporary interpretations and issues Our faculty who are top scholars in their fields are committed to helping you formulate and articulate a biblical and global understanding of life and ministry in a setting grounded in traditional biblical Christianity We offer a variety of programs that stress the concepts principles history and methods of the theological disciplines Ph D in Biblical

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  • Psychology, Counseling, and Marriage and Family Therapy | Wheaton
    The graduate psychology programs at Wheaton College integrate Christian belief and practice with the best of contemporary scholarship and professional standards in the disciplines of clinical psychology counseling and marriage and family therapy Menu Biblical and Theological Studies Psychology Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy Programs Mission Statement Opportunities and Activities Alumni Handbooks and Forms Christian Formation and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership Intercultural Studies Department Teaching TESOL Degree Formats Wheaton College Graduate Psychology Wheaton College Graduate Psychology Psychology Department Billy Graham Center Mezzanine level 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5104 psychology wheaton edu Related Links Psychology Department Graduate Programs M A in Clinical Mental Health Counseling M A in Marriage and Family Therapy Psy D in Clinical Psychology Each of our programs features exceptional faculty and the opportunity to dive deeply into the study of psychology from a biblically grounded perspective Our students are tender hearted with a genuine desire to apply their knowledge in service and serious minded not afraid to dive headlong into the challenges and complexities of this discipline As a student in our department you re not only going to be pushed academically but you ll step outside the academic realm and get hands on experience with the populations you re interested in serving And since we re just a train ride away from Chicago you ll have amazing opportunities to work in urban settings while wrestling with those experiences within a supportive academic community Integrating Theory with Practice In all programs every effort is made to integrate theory with practice Thus the programs have been developed with the goal of training future practitioners by modeling a commitment to professional practice as service with a balanced approach to spiritual personal professional and interpersonal growth and development For more information please refer to

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  • Master of Arts in Teaching | Wheaton
    undergraduate students as well as for candidates who graduated from another four year college university Menu Biblical and Theological Studies Psychology Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy Christian Formation and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership Intercultural Studies Department Teaching Accelerated M A T General M A T Requirements TESOL Degree Formats Education With a Difference The Wheaton College M A T program Prepares those seeking an initial teaching license to integrate faith and learning through graduate level experiences from a Christian perspective Equips educators to become scholar educators through internship and induction year experiences These combined elements unite theory and practice to prepare Christian educators who are equipped for tomorrow s classrooms Two recent M A T students recently wrote blogs about why they preferred Wheaton s M A T program over the Teach for America Licensure Initial Elementary Education Accelerated MAT For current undergraduate students from Wheaton College General MAT For students who graduated from an accredited four year college university Initial Secondary Education Accelerated MAT For current undergraduate students from Wheaton College General MAT For students who graduated from an accredited four year college university Professional Preparation The Master of Arts in Teaching is designed for those seeking an initial teaching license in order to teach in public private and or Christian schools as well as for students considering international ministry and or teaching It is not designed for those who already possess a teaching license The purpose of this program is to prepare future educators who have a strong liberal arts foundation and have completed a bachelor s degree with a liberal arts major at an accredited institution Secondary licensure is offered for any of the following areas Biology Chemistry English French Geology German History Social Science Mathematics Physics and Spanish Elementary licensure is offered to students who

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  • Degree Formats | Wheaton
    in the student s current ministry context They enable students to continue their current ministry while pursuing their degree Degrees Offered as Part time Evening Cohort The Biblical Studies degree is designed for those who are currently in ministry to continue their education allowing those who have to work during the day to complete their degree through night courses It is offered in a cohort model where students stay together as a group throughout three years of study taking weekly evening classes one night per week and two one week intensive courses each year The part time cohort fosters a strong community of classmates who stay together throughout the program Degrees Offered in Summers Only Format The Summers Only programs also provides an opportunity for those in current careers to earn an M A through taking summer courses This degree is particularly helpful for current teachers Listed below are programs that can be completed through a combination of distance learning and modular courses that are intensive 1 week or 3 4 week format These courses meet every day for one week either for half the day or the entire day The student prepares by completing the course reading prior to the scheduled class time A final exam as well as a paper that is submitted at a later date may be components of the course The benefits of this format is that it allows the students to continue their current profession while working on the degree and immediately apply their learning to their current career and ministry situations TESOL and Intercultural Studies Missional Church Movements Degrees Offered in Year Round Modular Format These degrees are helpful for those who are in current ministries and are able to arrive on campus for week long intensives The M A in Intercultural Studies

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  • Graduate Student Life | Wheaton
    Care Campus Spots and Events Campus Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School Student Life Graduate Student Life At Wheaton College Graduate School you are not only a student You are also part of a vibrant active community From housing and dining to spiritual life and student care we provide a supportive atmosphere in which to learn how to relate the eternal truths of God to a complex and changing world Menu About Admissions Financial Aid Degrees Student Life Spiritual Life Housing and Dining International Student Life Student Employment Student Care Campus Spots and Events Campus Resources Academic Services Like Us on Facebook Graduate School Billy Graham Center 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5933 Related Links Christ Centered Diversity at Wheaton College Counseling Center Student Health Services Student Health Insurance Wheaton College Graduate School is committed to providing an excellent educational experience both inside and outside the classroom A great learning environment involves more than just your time in class Housing dining spiritual life employment social life and resources for living well are all important components to your success while pursuing graduate studies at Wheaton Community Covenant Affirming Biblical Standards

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  • Graduate Spiritual Life | Wheaton
    Dining International Student Life Student Employment Student Care Campus Spots and Events Campus Resources If you haven t discovered it already you will soon find that Wheaton is more than an educational institution It offers a meaningful blend of head and heart as people gather to study within the context of Christian community The Wheaton College Graduate School is a rich mix of men and women studying a variety of disciplines from a wide variety of backgrounds from the U S and throughout the world Within this diversity there is a wonderful thread of faith in Christ Jesus that links us together and adds richness to life and study In addition these links are strengthened by opportunities for worship prayer fellowship as well as retreats and small group sharing that help create a sense of community and belonging Our once a week Wednesday chapel service is the focal point our spiritual life together It offers a time to come away from the demands of study to a place of rest expressed in worship prayer and hearing God s Word shared by mentors and students alike Opportunities for Involvement Grad Chapel Ministry Team Opportunities for involvement are available to students to serve on the Grad Chapel Ministry Team as musicians prayer coordinators Scripture readers hospitality and food hosts tech coordinators set up and take down people as well as artistic and creative worship volunteers The Ministry Team welcomes the involvement of other graduate students similarly interested in investing in the spiritual life of the graduate community Student Chaplains Graduate Students Nathan Chase and Abbey Snow currently serve as student chaplains 10 hrs wk directly assisting Graduate School Chaplain Dr Dave McDowell in the planning and execution of Graduate Chapel and overseeing the recruitment and development of the Ministry Team Graduate student

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