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 TUITION for 2015-2016 Academic year

 Full-time Tuition (based upon 27 credit hours)

 Cost per three credit hour course

 Cost per credit hour

 Base Tuition

  Amount 

   $12,690

$1,410

$470

$1,100

 FEES and DEPOSITS for 2015-2016 Academic Year

 Application Fee (new students)

 Enrollment Deposit (new students)

 Late Registration Fee

 Cross Cultural Bank Deposit for MDiv (per session)

 Cross Cultural Bank Deposit for MA (per session)

 Audit Fee (per course)

Audit fee for Alumni/ae                                                                     

Graduation Fee

 MA Program Extension Fee (per session)

 Transcript Fee (per copy-first one free)

 Replacement Diploma Fee

 Late Course Drop Fee

Amount 

$50 

$150 

$50 

$100 

$150 

$470 

$350

$120 

$230 

$7 

$50 

$50 

      Visit the Financial Aid page for information about how these costs are covered!

      For sample financial aid situations, view the Financial Aid Scenario page.

      For a complete estimated expense budget, see the Expense Budget page.

 


For more information about tuition and fees, contact:

Brian Schleeper
Brian Schleeper,
  Financial Aid Officer/Coordinator of Student Services 
     schlebr@bethanyseminary.edu       765- 983-1828

 

Matt Boersma
Master of Arts

MattMy thesis began its journey while learning Hebrew at the University of Notre Dame, back when I was an employee in the Information Technology department. Among the many Hebrew texts read, it was the Song of Songs in particular that caught my attention. I knew that historically it had been interpreted as an allegorical text exploring God's love of Israel (or the church), but I had not encountered the deeply sensual nature of the images and the erotic tone of the text. Reading through the book, the unabashed sexuality of the words struck me as completely different than how the rest of the Bible treats sex. During the previous semester we had read selections of Ezekiel, where sex and female desire is cast as idolatrous and evil. In the Song, it is unashamed and extolled.