The MACS is ideal for workers who wish to be trained without leaving their workplace or home countries.
|Total Hours||63 credit hours (beginning Fall 2021)|
|Degree Time Limit||7 years from first DTS class|
|Real-time courses||0 courses required |
(Fully Online degree)
|Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)||10 hours per academic year|
How do I complete my Communications elective?
Students must take an approved communication course specific to the student’s catalog. Some options may be available fully online (i.e. OL section) and others may be offered at a DTS location in a semester long or hybrid format. Students should consult the schedule page and their academic advisor for available options.
How do I select electives?
What is RS5103 Summative Research Project? (Not required in the 2021 catalog!)
This is a capstone writing project students should take in their final year or ideally in their final semester. The Advising Center created a document “Seven Things to Know about RS5103” to best help students prepare for this course. Students must take RS5101 Orientation and Research methods before they can register for RS5103.
What is required for Graduation?
The following are degree worksheets specific to students who entered the MACS or reclassified to the MACS in the following academic years. If students have questions about their specific degree requirements or degree audit, students should contact their academic advisor.
Master’s level students keep their current Logos Bible Software package. Future Logos updates or upgrades are the responsibility of each person and not done through DTS.
DTS graduates have three options for further training: