Online UDTS Application
Thank you for your interest in the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary. This application form is intended for prospective students applying to the following programs: Residential Master of Divinity (MDIV), Distance Master of Divinity (MDVO), Residential Master of Arts in Mission and Discipleship (MAMD), Distance Master of Arts in Mission and Discipleship (MAMDD), and to the University of Dubuque's college/seminary cooperative degree programs, the 3/3 (BA/MDIV) or 3/2 (BA/MAMD). Please do not use this form if you are applying as an International or Unclassified student.
|Christian Leadership Program for Commisioned Ruling Elders|
|Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL)|
|Doctor of Ministry Degree (DMIN)|
Please take the time to carefully review the application requirements. It is important to note that the Admissions Committee will not review your application until your file is complete. Applications are expected to be completed by June 18, 2018 for admission for the following academic year. Applications completed after June 18 are considered on a space-available basis. Applications for Spring term admission must be submitted by December 1.
If you are applying to the Young Adult Ministry Scholars Program in addition to the MDiv or MAMD, the application deadline is April 1, 2018.
Note: All MDiv and MAMD degree students, whether residential or distance, are required to attend courses during the August residency.
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact our office by phone at 563.589.3405 or e-mail at KHackbarth@dbq.edu.
Kimberly S. Burnett-Hackbarth
Director of Seminary Admissions
- A nonrefundable $30 application fee. You may either call Student Accounts at 563.589.3208 to pay by credit card, or mail a check to Attn: Seminary Admissions: Kimberly Burnett-Hackbarth, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, 2000 University Avenue, Dubuque, IA 52001.
- Request that the appropriate person or institution send to Attn: Seminary Admissions, Director of Admission: Kimberly Burnett-Hackbarth (E-mail: email@example.com) an official transcript of all work done at every college, university, and seminary in which you have studied for academic credit. Please send official copies of your academic records.
- If you are currently a student at any institution, the Confidential Report of Academic Standing must be completed.
- Provide names and email addresses for three (3) references. You must include a Pastor, a Professor, and a Friend or Colleague. These individuals may not be related to you by blood or marriage. We seek references that will speak about you in terms of the following:
A. Your commitment to Christ and gifts for service in the church.
B. Your leadership ability, maturity, and facility in interpersonal and group relationships.
C. Your academic ability and intellectual enthusiasm, curiosity, and perceptiveness.
- Compose and attach either on the application or by e-mail (send to Director of Seminary Admission, Kimberly Burnett-Hackbarth, firstname.lastname@example.org) two essays, each 300 words in length, according to the directions. Essay one is regarding Christian Identity and Service. Essay two concerns discussing a book related to your faith journey.
- An interview is required for admission. Please call the admissions office at 800.369.8387 to make arrangements.
- A criminal background check will be required. Details on this process will be provided upon application submission.
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