Payne Theological Seminary Institutional Effectiveness
Institutional Effectiveness data and information supports the planning, accreditation, and decision-making processes of the seminary. Payne Theological Seminary strives for demonstrable results within all degree program offerings. ¬†The Seminary‚Äôs Master of Divinity Degree Program, accredited by the Association of Theological Schools, has achieved the following results during the 2011-2012 academic year.
Degree Program Achievement:
In Spring 2012, ninety-three percent (93%), 28 of the 30 seniors, achieved the goals of the Master of Divinity Degree Program as evidenced by satisfactory completion of the thesis.
Degree Program Completion Rate:
In the Fall of 2006, Payne Theological Seminary enrolled 24 students into the Master of Divinity Degree Program. ¬†As of Spring 2012, fifty-eight percent (58%), 14 of the 24, of the 2006 entering students have graduated.¬†
Alumni Vocational Placement:
A 2012 graduating class survey indicates that 96%, 27 of the 28 graduates, found placement appropriate to their vocational intention and theological education. ¬†Payne graduates are working within a religion related field as pastors, associate pastors, or chaplains. ¬†¬†