3400 W. 6th Street. #200. Los Angeles, CA 90020
Admissions of students without regard to race, color
3400 W. 6th Street. #200
Los Angeles, CA 90020
10:00 - 16:00
Monday to Thursday
All diplomas and transcripts furnished by the applicant for the purpose of admission requirements must be from an institution that meets or exceeds the standards of Emmanuel University.
Other factors that are taken into consideration are personal and professional goals and commitment of the applicant seeking entry. To be considered for acceptance, applicants that are United States legal residences are required to provide a copy of their driver’s license, social security card, birth certificate, and citizenship certificate. In addition to the requirements stated above, all applicants must be at least 18 years of age and provide evidence that they meet the minimum admission requirements by submitting the following supporting documents according to the selected course of study along with the Application for Admission:
In certain exceptions, degree program applicants who are unable to furnish a copy of all the required admissions documents may be provisionally accepted with the approval of the Dean of Academic Affairs. Degree program applicants on academic probation or suspension at another university may also be provisionally accepted with the approval of the Dean of Academic Affairs. Provisionally accepted students will be placed on probationary status and must receive a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 3.0 for the courses completed during the first semester of acceptance or will be dismissed from the university. Students who meet the minimum G.P.A. of 3.0 during the probationary period are placed in regular standing in the following semester.
Special Standing Admission
Students who wish to officially enroll in selective courses, but do not wish to receive a degree may be granted a status of special standing. Students who enroll as special standing must meet the regular admissions requirements.
Students who attend classes for personal enrichment and not for academic credit may be granted auditor’s status. Auditors attend class with no obligations to participate actively in the work. Auditors will receive a grade of “”AU”” for every course completed. An abbreviated admissions process is necessary to receive auditor status. Audit fees are required for each class in which auditor students enroll. Degree program students may also enroll in any course as an auditor for personal enrichment.
Special Student Admission
Applicants are evaluated on the basis of academic abilities, personal and professional goals, character, and Christian commitment.
Special Student Policy
For those applying to The Master of Christian Counseling and Master of Divinity program applicants without an accredited bachelor’s degree:
Emmanuel University has always been focused on helping students develop two capabilities: a vision for the Gospel and a passion for scholarship. If you are considering a program in Emmanuel University you can be certain an education at Emmanuel University is grounded in Christian faith and built on a solid foundation of academic study.
If you desire to explore a genuine Christian way to use your talents and skills in an academically challenging and spiritually maturing environment, we invite you to apply to Master of Christian Counseling program and Master of Divinity program applicants whose gifts and calling have been verified by the church but who have not earned an accredited bachelor’s degree may be considered for admission to a Emmanuel University master’s program as Special Students.
Candidates for admission as Special Students are required to demonstrate a readiness for success in a graduate course of studies at Emmanuel University. In addition, applicants must demonstrate at least 12 years of work experiences subsequent to the completion of a high school diploma and at least 3 years of full-time vocational ministry or at least five years of significant part-time ministry.
Special Students are initially admitted on probation, but may eventually be removed from probation and Special Student status if they achieve student in good standing status.