With a combined student population of over 400 on the campus of the Interdenominational Theology Center, of which 32-40 are students of Phillips School of Theology. We have a full-time faculty of 25 and 17 adjuncts, and a combined alumni of over 2,000. Phillips/ITC is the place to engage in serious preparation for competent and transformative ministry in the twenty-first century. More than 300 ministers have graduated from Phillips and are serving with distinction at all levels of the Church and in varied other ministry settings.
How Do I Apply?
Along with an application, the following are required for admission:
Certain persons who have demonstrated outstanding ministry and who are 40 years of age with two years of college, or the equivalent, can apply for degree equivalence admission.
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited undergraduate college, university or seminar with a minimum grad point average of 2.5.
A Certificate from a major official of the denomination.
Three (3) Letters of Recommendations.
All inquiries should be sent to:
Director of Admissions @ ITC
700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. SW
Atlanta, GA 30314
Areas Of Evaluation
As an applicant, you will be evaluated on the basis of:
Your academic records.
The assessment of your references.
The extent and quality of involvement in Christian service.
Your apparent gifts and potential for placement into Christian ministry.
The trustees and faculty of Phillips School of Theology are committed to achieving and maintaining the highest academic standards in teaching, research and christian education. In the quest for academic quality, we promote the below listed goals and expectations:
Institutional Goals of Academic Excellence
1. A commitment to increase and strengthen the quality of teaching in
- through funding and supporting innovative programs
- through varied teaching models
- through careful evaluation and feedback
A rigorous program of research and writing to provide literary leadership for the church.
A willingness to invest in the growth of persons both within the context of the Seminary and outside its walls.
A concern for the highest standards of professional competence for men and women engaged in the ministry of the church.