Applying to Graduate School
After prayer and contemplation, you have decided to apply to graduate school at Missional University. While reaching this decision may seem monumental, the process is just beginning! Graduate school can be competitive and it is important that you find ways to stand out during the application process. At Missional, you have the opportunity to do this through your personal faith statement, your written essay, and your letters of recommendation.
If you are applying to a Missional graduate degree program and have a bachelor degree earned from a different college or university, you will need to provide official transcripts for the completion of the program from that institution. If you are a Missional University bachelor degree graduate, please be sure that all of your undergraduate obligations are satisfied and note this on your application.
Likewise, if you have never applied and been accepted to Missional University you are required to answer the standard essay question and personal faith statement. However, if you are a current Missional student or graduate, you are required to answer the alternate essay question and personal faith statement, as noted on the graduate application.
Admissions Process Checklist
Submit three academic recommendations; these recommendations may be completed by a professor, employer, pastor, or co-worker.
Complete and submit the online application
Complete and submit your personal faith statement
Submit the $25 application fee
Submit your finalized essay
Submit undergraduate transcripts and required documentation
Have a personalized (online) discussion with one of our admissions counselors
Please describe your personal relationship with God today and how it has evolved throughout your studies to date. This statement should be 200-300 words in length. Be sure to include your name and birthdate on the document and submit it to email@example.com.
Please write a 500-600 word essay response to the following question:
Missional University’s mission statement says,
“To prepare biblically-grounded, missional leaders who join the mission of God in diverse communities by incarnating the gospel with culturally-appropriate skills while seeking the spiritual transformation of people and communities that connect all peoples to God in worship in their own heart language.”
Explain how earning a degree at Missional University would help you support this mission.
Be sure to include your name and birthdate on the document and submit it to admissions@missional.University.
Be sure to include your name and date of birth on any items that you email to firstname.lastname@example.org