International Theological Seminary currently offers other valuable services which which will help students enhance their ministry potential and further their educational goals.
These services include:
The ITS mentoring program is an attempt to provide students with the benefits of one-on-one contact by assigning them to a qualified professional in their field of study.
Students are assigned a mentor. The mentor may be contacted by phone appointment, or by email at prescribed times set by the mentor and student.
Although students are not required to participate in the mentoring program, they are encouraged to utilize this valuable service throughout their ITS career.
International Theological Seminary is currently seeking authorization for recognition as an official licensing institution for military chaplaincy. Read the requirements below, then apply for ministerial credentials either online or contact us for forms.
Licensing requirementsLicensing is the "first step" toward Ordination. Licensed individuals hold all of the rights and responsibilities of an Ordained minister in the absence of an Ordained minister.
Ordination requirementsOrdination recognizes the experience and seriousness of an individuals call to ministry. Ordination is only granted to people who have served in ministry work for a minimum of three years, two of which must have been licensed.