Do you want to apply for admission to a seminary MA, MDiv, or DMin program? Do you just want to register for a few courses? Applicants can choose between applying as a degree-seeking student (enrolled in a specific program) or as a guest student to just take a few classes. Fill out the appropriate application below based on your desire.
Apply for program
- Request official transcripts from all colleges and other graduate schools
- Submit character reference forms and other required forms upon receipt of your application
Apply for course
- Take online, virtual, or module courses
Online vs. Guest Student
Online students are individuals who are taking a class via the internet. Online students may be enrolled in one of our campus-based masters programs or our MA in English Bible, which can be taken completely online. Online students may also be guest students, taking just a class or two rather than enrolling in a program. Audit options are available for online students.
Guest students are individuals who desire to take classes at Maranatha Baptist Seminary, but who have not yet or do not intend to enroll in a specific program of study. Guest students are invited to take any course on campus, online, or in a modular format. Students accepted under a guest student application may take up to 12 credits without being enrolled in a program. Guest students may apply at any time to a graduate program. Audit options are also available.
Maranatha does not engage in unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, age, physical disability, ancestry, or national origin. The commitment not to discriminate in the University’s services, education programs, or employment practices extends to all applicants for admissions and employment, as required by Title IX and applicable law. Some programs maintain additional requirements for program acceptance. Where applicable, those standards are clearly stated and published. All concerns relating to discrimination can be directed to: Title IX Coordinator, 745 West Main Street, Watertown, WI 53094 (920-206-2305), or to TitleIXCoordinator@mbu.edu.