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Christian Life Profile

For Christ & Scripture

The Master’s College is a comprehensive liberal arts and professional preparation institution, using biblically centered curricula and cocurricular programs to educate maturing disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ. Our mission is to empower students for a life of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth, and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God worldwide.

A tradition of excellence
Since 1927 TMC has been building a tradition of excellence in Christian higher education. A biblically based Christian world-view is the underlying theme in every program. In an age where God is being removed more and more from daily life, an education at The Master’s College sets God and His Word at the core. At TMC you are educated both academically and spiritually and walk away with an education unlike any other.

We believe the fusion of biblical truth and academic excellence you’ll find at The Master’s College is more valuable than ever in today’s society, and we want to share with you in that investment.

Student population
Our ratio of female students to male students is 1:1. Around 12% of the students on our campus are third-culture and international students from more than 30 countries. TMC represents 41 states. We offer 12 varsity sports with an extensive intramural program.

The Master’s College offers 14 majors with over 60 different areas of emphasis to study within the specific majors. Seventy percent of our faculty have a doctoral degree. Each semester is 15 weeks of classes, separated by a month-long Christmas break. Week-long interim courses and summer post sessions are also available.

This is the 16th year in a row that TMC was ranked as a “First Tier” Western Region College by U.S. News & World Report. We were also classified as a top college by Forbes magazine.



Institutional control: Private

School type: Four-year, liberal arts

Academic calendar: Semesters

Religious affiliation: Non-denominational

School size: 1,000 undergraduate students

Student-faculty ratio: 10:1

Costs and Aid:
Undergraduate in-state tuition: $30,500
Undergraduate out-of-state tuition: $30,500
Room and board: $10,060 (based off a 10
meal/week plan)
Average additional fees: $400
Scholarships: Yes
Grants: Yes
Loans: Yes
Co-ops/internships: Yes

Average GPA: 3.62
Average ACT score: 24.5
Average SAT score: 1074
Application deadline: Early application—November 15; regular—March 2
Application fee: $40 (waived for early application deadline)

Top Five Majors:
Business Administration
Biblical Studies
Liberal Studies