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Grace Mission University is a Presbyterian Church International and General Association (PCIGA) seminary founded in 1995 to fulfill the Great Commission by equipping students academically and spiritually to live and serve as disciples of Jesus.
Seventy percent of our graduates are active missionaries, pastors, evangelists, and lay leaders, and GMU is a full member of ATS, ABHE, and TRACS, the accrediting agencies for Christian colleges and graduate schools recognized by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Graduates with a degree from GMU are eligible to pursue advanced degree programs at ATS, ABHE, and TRACS member schools.

Grace Mission University is committed to fulfilling the Great Commission of Jesus by raising up ministers of strong character who reflect the character of Jesus and global Christian leaders empowered by the Holy Spirit with the motto of Wholeness of Character, Discipleship, and Global Mission, and will serve as a strong guardian of evangelical theology and as light and salt in this darkened age.
We invite you to pursue your dreams and visions.
Grace Missionary University will be with you.

Dr. Kyunam ChoiPresident of Grace Mission University

Institutional Accreditation

GMU offers 10 degree programs: Bachelor of Arts in Theology (BATH), Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling (BACC), Master of Divinity (MDiv), Master of Arts in Christian Education (MACE), Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (MAICS), Master of Arts in Christian Counseling (MACC), Doctor of Missions (DMiss), Doctor of Philosophy in Intercultural Studies (PhD in ICS), Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD in ES), and Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology (PhD in CP).

About 30% of the students are from the Presbyterian Church International General Assembly (PCIGA). Most of these churches also send monthly offerings to Grace Mission University. Perhaps 20% of the students come from unaffiliated local churches. The PCIGA is affiliated with a larger denomination in South Korea (the Conservative Union). The Conservative Hapdong is the sixth largest of the 60 Presbyterian denominations in Korea and sends the most students to GMU.

Jun, 2012
Awarded Associate Membership in the Association of Theological Schools (ATS)
Feb, 2010
Awarded Candidate Status by the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE)
April, 2009
Award Candidate Status with TRACS
May 10, 1996
Authorized to operate as a religiously exempt university with BPPE (State of California)
Feb 5, 1996
Grace Mission University Opening Ceremony