Value Versus Cost
No matter what the seminary, the cost of an education is always significant in time as well as in money. In fact, dollars and cents may not be the best way to put a value on an educational program, though a prospective student must, of course, compare costs. There are very expensive theological programs that aren’t very good, and financially inexpensive programs that are excellent.
Cost is not necessarily indicative of value. Value has to do with how well a program prepares people for the kind of work to which they are called. A degree program that not only provides job-entering credentials but also shapes your mind in important new directions is worth whatever price it may require.