Emanuel Theological School of Divinity is a nondiscriminatory, Christian educational school. All applications are considered without regard to sex, race, national or ethnic origin. In considering every application, we review the applicant's complete academic record and personal information. The programs of study are open to any individual meeting the admission requirements of Emanuel Theological School of Divinity. Emanuel Theological School of Divinity is strictly Non-Denominational in its doctrinal statements and practices, though the student body is comprised of many differing denominations. Cooperation is possible with some other denominations, but only to the extent that this cooperation does not compromise the distinctive truths vital to the teachings of the Word of God.
Emanuel Theological School of Divinity maintain higher learning in Christ and the opportunity to apply what they have already learned and accomplished through prior study, personal study, and professional experience and guided learning towards their education through the life experiences.
Emanuel Theological School of Divinity operates on a session system. The unit for counting credit is as follows:
Students are responsible for attending lectures once per week.
Each student is responsible for the completion of all homework, projects and required reading that is assigned through the course syllabus and by the instructor.
Upon completion of the required lectures, reading, homework, project(s), quizzes and final exam, the student earns 2 credits for the completion of the course.
Grade Meaning Quality Pts.
A Excellent 4
B Good 3
C Average 2
D Poor 1
F Fail 0
I Incomplete 0
W Withdrawn 0
Academic Honors: All honors (if applicable) will appear on the transcript only. No honors will appear on the degrees earned by student.
4.0 - 3.95 Suma Cum Laude
3.94 - 3.75 Magna Cum Laude
3.74 - 3.50 Cum Laude
Grade Appeal Process:
If a student feels that there is an error on their grade report, they must begin the appeal process within thirty days of receiving the grade report. After thirty days the grade is considered final and is not subject to appeal by the student or any third party.
Emanuel Theological School of Divinity is not responsible for lost tests, projects, etc. Please be sure to make a copy of all material prior to submitting material to Emanuel Theological School of Divinity for grading or evaluation.
Course Repeating Policy:
Students desiring to repeat a course for the purpose of having the first grade removed from the cumulative grade point average must follow these procedures:
- A course may be repeated once at no additional charge if the student receives a grade of less than "C".
- A course may be repeated for free if the student receives a "C" or higher.
- The second grade, in all circumstances, replaces the first grade for the purpose of calculating the cumulative grade point average.
If a student has completed a course that is required in his or her program of study, the student may request a change of course. The student must have received a grade of "C" or better on the previously completed course. Emanuel Theological School of Divinity
reserves the right to require any course regardless of a student's previous courses.
The format of Emanuel Theological School of Divinity transcripts is as follows:
- All courses taken will be listed in order of completion, as appropriate.
- Honors earned, if any, will appear on transcript.
- No alterations will be made to transcript formats by Emanuel Theological School of Divinity. The format is fixed for all students.
- Transcript will be issued if all financial, administrative, and academic requirements have been fully met by the student.