Talbot School of Theology

13800 Biola Avenue
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La Mirada
CA
 
90639
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(800) 652-4652
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Talbot School of Theology* is a theologically conservative, evangelical seminary in Southern California near Los Angeles. With almost a 60-year heritage of biblical fidelity, the seminary couples solid evangelical scholarship with intentional character development to prepare students for a lifetime of relevant, effective ministry. The seminary's six master's degree programs and three doctoral degree programs are led by a faculty of nationally renowned, widely-published and actively engaged ministry leaders.
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION MASTER'S DEGREE D.MIN. PH.D. ADMISSION AND DEADLINES TAKE A TOUR
SCHOOL INFORMATION SCHOOL PROFILE COST, FINANCIAL AID, AND EMPLOYMENT AMENITIES EXTRACURRICULARS
COST BREAKDOWN PER YEAR
Tuition:
Cost Per Credit Hour:
Books:
Room & Board:
Married Housing:
Fees (Required):
Fees (Voluntary):
Comments on Cost:
$8,400.00
 /year
$467.00
 /hour
$1,500.00
 /year
$9,000.00
 /year
$12,000.00
 /year
$0.00
 /year
$0.00
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Tuition Fees for 2010-2011Master's Programs and Specials $467/unit Doctoral Programs- Education $864/unitDoctor of Ministry $1,992/semester Typical Costs: The following estimated student budget reflects the average cost to students living off- campus for the 2010-2011 academic year (nine months)Master's Programs- Based on 9 units per semesterTuition and Fees: $8,400Room and Board: $9,000Health Insurance Books: $1,500Personal/ Misc. $2,466Transportation: $1,062Total: $22,428Master's Programs- Based on 9 units per semesterTuition and Fees: $14,958Room and Board: $9,000Health Insurance and Books: $1,500Personal/Misc.: $2,466Transportation: $1,062Total: $28,986Scholarship: AvailableGrants: Available
TOTALS (THESE ARE AVERAGES)
Average Aid Received:
Percent Who Receive Aid:
Comments and Clarification on Aid:
$8,424.00
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Biola will partner with student and his or her family to arrange financing for the student's education, using the family's resources, the government's resources, and Biola's resources. Demonstrated need will be measured by a consistent and equitable need- analysis system. To be fair to all students aid, need must be based objectively on a family's financial resources- that is, on their ability to pay, not their willingness to pay. Special circumstances will be considered on a case-by-case basis, and we use our professional judgment to determine when adjustments can be made.

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