Common Questions

Evangel’s diverse graduate programs are transforming the careers of outstanding professionals in their chosen fields. With offerings in a supportive cohort setting and at convenient times for working adults, the path to attaining a master’s degree is waiting for you. Every student is drawn to something at Evangel, be it the outstanding faculty, strong faith base or affordable prices. See what a graduate degree from Evangel can do for you.


See what drove Heath Adamson, National Youth Director and Senior Director of Ministry & Business for the Assemblies of God, to consider a Master of Organizational Leadership degree.

How do students balance home, work, and educational obligations?

Evangel’s graduate programs are designed for busy, working adults – including those with families and community obligations.  Your life experience, practical insights, and experiences are combined with the course material to help you grow.

Is Evangel University accredited?

Evangel University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.  Evangel is a member of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation; a member of the National Association of Schools of Music; and a member of the Commission on Accreditation Council on Social Work Education.  The Missouri State Department of Education issues teaching certificates to graduates who successfully complete the Teacher Education program.  The University also is endorsed by its parent denomination: The Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education.


See how Stephanie Walters saw an immediate impact from her graduate program in Educational Leadership and was promoted to Assistant Principal.

How long will it take for me to complete my graduate degree?

Depending on previous credits earned, most programs take about 2 years to complete.  Contact your admissions counselor for a more detailed schedule.

Does Evangel accept graduate credit from another institution?

We will evaluate your transcripts to determine how your credits will transfer.  Contact your admissions counselor to request a transcript evaluation.


“The customer service is fantastic and the program is amazing.” – Bryan Chambers, MOL graduate and Advancement Representative for Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.

When and where do classes meet?

Most of our graduate programs begin in the fall, spring, and summer.  Classes can meet on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursdays, and online.  For seated programs, classes meet from 6–10 p.m.  Students will be assigned a schedule when enrolled.  Contact your admissions counselor for program specific start dates.

Tresor Yenyi uses the skills he leaned in Evangel's graduate program to offer help and healing to his native country.

Tresor Yenyi uses the skills he learned in Evangel’s graduate program to offer hope and healing to his native country.

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