Summer 2004 Rapport: Annual Report 2003-2004
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Director of Admissions,
Records and Financial Aid
Record Breaking Enrollment
AGTS enrolled 507 students in fall
2003, resulting in the highest fall semester enrollment on
record, and an increase of 2.2% above last year. The final enrollment
included 308 resident students, 72 doctoral students, 115 in
continuing education/branch campuses and 12 in distance learning. The final spring 2004 enrollment was 545, which set
a new semester record. The projected growth is attributed to
enrollment increases in continuing education, doctoral studies
and degree completion (see Tables 1, 2).
Fall Semester Profile
- 14%—Doctor of Ministry
- 27%—M.A. in Christian Ministries
and Intercultural Ministries
- 14%—M.A. in
in Theological Studies
- 8%—Non-Degree Students
- Fall Students—35
- Resident Students—30
- Doctor of Ministry—49
Affiliation: 82% were Assemblies of God.
groups comprised 15% of the student body.
College Background: 66% attended Bible-affiliated
colleges or universities.
A total of 128 degrees were awarded in 2003-04, including
16 doctor of ministry, 26 master of divinity, and 86 master
of arts. A total of 47% of the M.A. degrees are being completed
by continuing education students.
Degree Completion Program on Track
The first MATS degree completion
cohort of 15 students enrolled in January. These students
from diverse backgrounds live within a four-hour
driving radius and meet every Thursday night
to pursue a master’s
degree. The response to the program has been
enthusiastic. Students have commented as to the personal
value of the classes.
professor was passionate, personal and professional.”
is so relevant to my present life.”
have been able to preach on a deeper level
have gained) a new appreciation for God’s
laws and application for the Christian life.”
professor had excellent knowledge
of course material and is passionate about (the)
In spring 2005, three cohorts
will be simultaneously pursing master’s degrees.
The first cohort is scheduled to graduate in April
2005. In 2004-05, we are working toward securing further
funding for the program through grants. Degree completion
courses can also be taken and applied to the M.Div.
or M.Div. equivalency where applicable in preparation
for enrolment in the D.Min. program.
Wednesday, September 8, 2004 4:39 PM