Since 2019 the M.A. programs in Marriage and Family Studies and Pentecostal-Charismatic Theology, offered in conjunction with Lee University, have been accredited by Evalag. These courses of study both require at least a year of professional practice prior to study which must be attested to by an on-site mentor or employer. This year will be awarded 30 ECTS which forms the basis of the 120 ECTS of post-graduate studies. The programs require a minimum of three years of part-time studies and successful completion of 14 courses (14 x 5 ECTS) and a thesis (20 ECTS) making a total of 90 ECTS to be added to the 30 ECTS obtained from previous work experience.
All graduate courses are evaluated by the individual instructors according to the Lee University grading system listed below:
|%||Grade||GPA||Decimal value||German Grade|
|> 65||F||0.0||5,0||5 (failing)|
GRADE REVIEWS AND ACADEMIC PROBATION
Scholastic records of each student are reviewed at the end of each semester by the Dean. Students falling below the 3.0 GPA will be notified and may be placed on academic probation. Students who have not submitted all the required work at the end of the first academic year may be warned and prevented from taking further classes until all outstanding work has been submitted.