All required courses must be successfully completed, and a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.0 (B) or above must be attained for graduation. Each intensive course module is worth 3 US Credit Hours (5 ECTS) but the pre-course reading, attendance, paper writing, etc. may be expected to take up a minimum of between 125 and 150 hours of actual time, shown in detail on the course syllabus, with a maximum of 150 actual hours per module.
A failed course must be re-taken the following year, or when it is offered again and completed successfully. The only exception to this would be in the case of an elective, where another course could be chosen, but the normal course fee would apply.
2.1.1 Academic Year
The academic year at ETS begins on 1st September and runs to 30th June the following year. It is divided into two semesters. Without an express agreement, all fees should be paid and coursework should be completed before the start of the next semester.
2.1.2 Master's degree
There are two options for study at the master's degree level: MA in Marriage and Family Studies and MA in Pentecostal-Charismatic Theology, both of which are 54 Hour courses. The MA has a 9 US credit hour thesis component. Entry into postgraduate courses requires an accredited bachelor's degree with a GPA of 3.0 or more. Masters' courses are normally offered as one- or two-week intensives during the academic year. The official academic catalog for the Master's degree programs is located at www.leeuniversity.edu.