The purpose of the Master of Arts in Christian School Administration program is to equip men and women for leadership in Christian schools. This Seminary program is designed for students who may already be employed in a Christian school and may therefore only be available to take classes on campus during the summer or in a Saturday or evening format. All coursework will apply toward superintendent and principal certification with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and The Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools (SBACS).
Admission to this program is limited to persons holding a baccalaureate degree or its equivalent who also meet all other admission requirements for the Seminary.
Master of Arts in Christian School Administration students must complete 30 hours of core studies, 18 hours of specialized major courses, and a 3-hour field-based research project under field supervision for a total of 51 semester hours of credit with an overall GPA of 2.0 or better. Not more than 8 additional semester hours may be taken to make up a deficiency in quality points that are required for the M.A. C.S.A. degree.