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Why San Diego Christian College?

Affordable

Low tuition costs put a Christian education within reach of anyone called to serve. SDC provides a valuable education for less than many other private institutions.

Distinguished

SDC has earned a reputation for preparing exceptional leaders. Business leaders, pastors and other professionals have achieved success after SDC.

Christ-focused

The SDC academic experience is delivered from a biblical worldview. Christ is infused into every curriculum and classroom experience.

Effective

An experienced faculty gives personal attention to each student so they can reach their full potential. A caring learning environment is ideal for spiritual growth.

Admissions

In order to apply for Financial Aid, please visit the FAFSA website and follow the instructions. Students applying for a program that begins July 1 or later should complete next year’s FAFSA application. The school code for San Diego Christian College is 012031.

Masters of Science in Leadership – Admissions Requirements

  • Complete FAFSA/MPN/ELC with NSLDS clear or VA process complete or Cash payment plan completed
  • Have official transcripts from undergraduate degree sent to SDC attn: Shahri Taylor
  • Have a minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA for all previous post-baccalaureate academic studies (Appeal possible)
  • Up to 9 Leadership/Org graduate credits can be transferred into MSL. Transcripts are evaluated on a case by case basis
  • Submit a completed application
  • Submit 2 required reference using the reference form.
  • Submit required writing sample from previous academic work or according to given prompt. Samples from previous undergraduate work must fulfill the following:
    • 1000+ words, minimum 6 peer reviewed quality references
    • From a 300-400 level course
    • Must be written in academic third person style (no ‘I’ language)
  • Those submitting a new writing sample because no previous work available must fulfill the above requirements and must also:
    • Write using APA format
    • Research leadership theories that best fit your preferred approach to leadership and apply them to your current or desired work context.

Master of Arts in Teaching
Teaching Credential Year (TCP) – Admissions Requirements

  • Complete FAFSA/MPN/ELC with NSLDS clear or VA process complete or Cash payment plan completed
  • Have official transcripts from undergraduate degree sent to SDC attn: Jahnai Feldmann
  • Have a minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA for all previous post-baccalaureate academic studies. (Appeal possible)
  • Submit a completed application
  • Submit the required reference form.
  • Submit a formal essay describing a teacher who has influenced you. Please include the following:
    • The essay must be at least 500 words and not to exceed two pages.
    • The essay must be submitted using APA formatting
    • A college rubric will be used to score content, fluency of writing, a reflection of critical thinking skills, and all mechanics including grammar, punctuation and spelling.
    • Applicants must score a 3 on the rubric. If a score less than 3 is received, applicants must resubmit their writing sample.

Master of Arts in Teaching
Research Year (MAT) – Admissions Requirements

  • Complete FAFSA/MPN/ELC with NSLDS clear or VA process complete or Cash payment plan completed
  • Have official transcripts from undergraduate degree/credential work sent to SDC attn: Jahnai Feldmann
  • Have a minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA for all previous post-baccalaureate academic studies. (Appeal possible)
  • Submit a completed application
  • Submit the required reference form.
  • Submit required writing sample from previous academic work or according to given prompt. Samples from previous undergraduate work must fulfill the following:
    • 1000+ words, minimum 6 peer reviewed quality references
    • From a 300-400 level course
    • Must be written in academic third person style (no ‘I’ language)
  • Those submitting a new writing sample because no previous work available must fulfill the above requirements and must also submit a formal essay that includes the following:
    • Your beliefs about teaching and learning
    • Your understanding of the role of students and teachers
    • Your view of the impact values and ethics have on classroom teaching.
    • This essay must be 3-5 pages long. Your proficiency in writing will be evaluated for admittance into this program. Take time to brainstorm, plan, write, edit, rewrite, and proofread. This essay will be scored using a college writing rubric.