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Fuller Seminary Northern California is one of Fuller Theological Seminary's seven regional campuses[1]. Fuller Seminary has two campuses where students can earn a degree – one in Menlo Park, which serves those living in the San Francisco Bay Area, East Bay, South Bay, and the other in Sacramento, which serves those living in the Greater Sacramento Area. Fuller Seminary Northern California enrolls about 200 students in 70 or more courses.

Students can earn the Master of Arts in Theology or Master of Arts in Christian Leadership degree entirely in Menlo Park or Sacramento. Students in Walnut Creek may take up to 75 percent of an M.A. degree in their local area, but must take the remainder either in Menlo Park, Sacramento or Pasadena. A cohort program approved by the Association of Theological Schools enables selected students to complete the entire Master of Divinity program in Menlo Park.

Fuller Seminary Northern California is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools.[2]

References

  1. ^ Fuller main website, accessed September 1, 2009
  2. ^ Association of Theological Schools, Member Schools, accessed November 4, 2007

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