Students admitted to Christ Exalted Seminary are chosen on the basis of their desire to learn and study the Bible. Applicants are evaluated for admission based on the following criteria:
- Evidence of High School graduation or equivalency
- Statement of study goals
- Acknowledgement of our tenets of faith
- International students must be able to read and write in the English language
Christ Exalted Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, gender or disability in admission policies and Seminary administered programs. We guarantee the same rights, privileges and the availability of all programs and activities to all students in this school.
Associate of Theology is a two-year degree in the study of the first two divisions of the Hebrew (Old Testament), the Pentateuch and Historical Books, from Genesis through Esther (17 books). You will be introduced to Jesus in these books, Who has always been and always will be God’s plan of salvation from the foundation of the world. You will gain an understanding of the wonder and the amazing grace of the New and “Better” Covenant as you study the Old Covenant. The Pentateuch, ascribed to Moses and referred to as “The Law”, “The Torah” and “The Law of Moses”, holds supreme rank in respect by the Jews. The Historical Books reveal how the obedience and disobedience of God’s people determined whether they received blessings or curses. You will come to know the main characters of the Old Testament and understand the history, occasion and author of each book studied. You will gain an insight into God’s dealings with man, families, and nations, which are relevant today.
Bachelor of Theology is a four-year degree. The prerequisite of earning this degree is the Associate of Theology Degree. The Bachelor Degree of Theology picks up where the Associate Degree leaves off and comprises the study of the remaining three divisions of the Old Testament, the Poetical Writings and the Major and Minor Prophets, from Job through Malachi (22 books). The five books, which comprise the Poetical Writings, referred to as the “Wisdom Writings”, are not considered poetry in today’s modern thought because of its lack of rhyme and rhythm. Rather the Poetical Writings possessed ideas and phrases, teaching skills in living to be applied in daily life. The Poetical Writings are deeply rooted in “the fear of the Lord”, which is the beginning of wisdom. The Old Testament Prophets, including both Major and Minor, appeared in times of crisis, provided warnings and direction, reminded God’s people of their Covenant with the Lord and gave a revelation of God’s character and nature. These Prophets addressed both kings and people. The titles, Major and Minor Prophets, do not signify the importance of the Prophet, but merely identify those Prophets with a greater or lesser volume of text.
Master of Theology is a six-year degree. The prerequisite of earning this degree is the Bachelor of Theology Degree. The Master Degree of Theology includes an in-depth study of the 27 books comprising the Greek Bible (New Testament). Students will gain a complete understanding that Jesus Christ fulfilled all the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) prophecies concerning the coming of the Messiah as they study His life, death and resurrection. Students will learn of the birth of Christ’s Church and the doctrines (teachings) the Church holds., with an understanding of all of the “ion” terms. Recognition of “the times” and that which is “yet to come” will be studied. Students will gain an understanding of the world’s religions, cults and occults and will become more accurately informed concerning the “better” Covenant that God has extended to man through the Lord Jesus Christ. A revelation of the unique calling of being “raised up in the Kingdom for such a time as this” will be imparted to students.
Doctorate in Theology is an eight-year degree. The prerequisite of earning this degree is the Master of Theology Degree. The Doctorate program and is a continuation of the study of all 66 books of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, with a concentration on how the Bible came about, the history with each generation of the Church, the revivals throughout the ages, the martyrs who paid the price, and the benefit that subsequent generations of believers have enjoyed because of their great sacrifice and commitment. The student will learn that the Book of Acts continues on even unto this present day and that God has much to say about these last days.