Per the law of State of Massachusetts, a student under the age of 30 planning to pursue studies on a full-time in-person basis, must show proof of vaccination against measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella. A student studying entirely online are exempt, and need-not to show proof.
All applicants who are currently (or who have previously) attended a graduate program and who have earned at least 3 credit hours with a minimum grade of B are considered transfer applicants and may apply for transfer admission to BIS.
Transfer applicants may apply for Fall admission and are required to submit the following by the admission deadline:
A maximum of 12 credit hours with a minimum grade of ‘B’ may be considered for transfer credit evaluation. Transfer applicants must submit an official transcript, as well as a catalog course description or course syllabus for all courses for which transfer credit is being sought. Grades earned in courses accepted for transfer will not be calculated as part of the GPA at the seminary. However, the credits earned will count toward the total number of credits required for graduation.