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Certificate of Achievement in Theological Studies Application Process

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Criteria for Certificate of Achievement in Theological Studies (CATS) Admission include:

  1. Completion of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher;
  2. Ability to do theological study at the graduate level as determined from the scope and quality of the applicant's undergraduate program and academic references;
  3. Compatibility of the applicant's personal and vocational objectives with the objectives and resources of the Seminary;
  4. Evidence of personal maturity and leadership potential as determined from references, interviews, and other data.

 

CATS Application Process:

 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Pay Application Fee ($50.00)                
    If you have participated in Brethren Volunteer Service (BVS) within the last two years, you are eligible for an application fee waiver. The admissions office may request a letter verifying your participation in the program and the dates of your participation.

     

           

   

Or, mail a check directly to:
Bethany Theological Seminary
615 National Road West
Richmond, IN 47374

   

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For further assistance, contact admissions@bethanyseminary.edu or 800-287-8822.

Warren Wade
(Certificate of Achievement in Theological Studies [CATS])

Warren Wade
"Surrounding myself with those that Jesus would"

I have felt the call for years. It's been the most silently real yet consistent and palpable sensations of my soul. When I first experienced Jesus as an adult, I understood him differently than I do today. I heard him call me to be active in the church to bring more into the physical structures and religious strictures of Christendom. I worked in a Christian bookstore, I went to charismatic revivals, and I proselytized by going out into the world (and sometimes invited that world into my home to critique, to challenge, and to condemn).