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Online Learning Grad Applicants

PCC's Enrollment Process

PCC's Enrollment Process

Pensacola Theological Seminary and PCC Graduate Studies online courses provide you with the flexibility to continue working in your current ministry while pursuing a graduate degree. With our simple, 3-step admissions process, your journey at PCC can begin today. You will experience a traditional classroom setting while receiving the same practical, Bible-centered training as on-campus students.

What You’ll Need to Apply:

  • Personal Information
  • Educational Background
  • $50 Non-refundable Application Fee
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What You’ll Need for Admittance:

  • Official Undergraduate / Graduate-Level Transcripts
  • Official TOEFL Score (International Students)
  • Admissions Essay
MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENT
College Code Minimum Score
TOEFL 5970 Internet-based:
80 (20 per section)
Paper-delivered:
20 section
Master's Degrees
CUMULATIVE UNDERGRADUATE GPA 2.50
M.Div. and M.Min. Degrees
CUMULATIVE UNDERGRADUATE GPA 2.00
Specialist and Doctoral Degrees
CUMULATIVE MASTER’S GPA 3.00
Rent or buy textbooks through campus store:

1-800-722-3570

cstore@pcci.edu

After Receiving Acceptance:

  • Register for courses online.
  • Rent or buy textbooks.

YOU’VE APPLIED.

WHAT’S NEXT?

Pensacola Christian College has been approved by the state of Florida to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (nc-sara.org). NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education.

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Below you’ll find answers to the questions about applying for undergraduate study that we get asked the most.

All courses are delivered via Canvas, a web-based learning management system.

You’ll access your courses online through a learning management system (LMS) called Canvas. You’ll be able to do your work; watch course videos; and communicate with other students, your teacher, and the Online Learning Office all in one place.

Yes, you’ll complete the same coursework as on-campus students.

Yes, you’ll need a proctor to administer and supervise the quizzes and tests for your online course.

There are multiple proctor options for students. Respondus is our preferred proctoring method and can be used by all students unless they are taking a special course that requires live remote proctoring (Examity). Live, in-person proctors can also be used unless a student is located internationally (Respondus or Examity is available). The proper options are indicated as students register for specific courses.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you have a stable Internet connection of at least 2.0 Mbps or higher available at the location(s) where you will be completing your course(s) online. You should verify that this access will be available before you register for online classes.

If you will be using Respondus online proctoring, you need to take your exams using a PC or Mac desktop computer or laptop, or an iPad. A webcam and a microphone are required. Chromebooks and cell phones cannot be used.

If you will be using Examity online proctoring, you need to take your exams using a PC or Mac desktop computer or laptop with a webcam and a microphone. Chromebooks, cell phones, or tablets cannot be used.

Please note: All students using Respondus or a live proctor will need to download LockDown Browser on their device before taking any tests.

You can register for up to three courses per term.

You may take up to seven years (six years for the D.Min. and five years for the Ed.S.) to complete our degree.