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The school is unique because of what you learned in class can be applied to you as a person and to the family. I enjoying learning new things about how other people think and act, and this school demonstrated this in the class actives, conversations, and interaction with the professors
A Caring Community of Extreme Intellects – The Church of God Theological Seminary, now known as the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, offers excellent academics in a truly caring environment. The professors at the Seminary genuinely desire to see each student succeed. They not only care about our academic lives, but our personal and spiritual lives as well. The academics are amazing. Each course provides a wealth of information. Many of the professors have published multiple books. Yet, they are all humble and give God the glory for their achievements. We have students from around the world. Online classes are available. For anyone who is searching for a graduate school with excellent academics that is truly God-centered, PTS is the place!
there's only two buildings for classes - one is old and needs rennovating; the other is newer and nice, but not many class rooms. They need better technology. Shared library with Lee University is really good and has a lot to offer. parking is good and convenient. campus housing needs totally redone tho!