The discipline of Biblical Counseling is designed to prepare the student to minister within the context of the church and religious non-profit organizations to help people struggling with the problems of living. The program provides a strong background in both biblical and theological studies to establish the foundation for Biblical Counseling.
The Master of Arts in Biblical Studies is designed for people who do not need a professional ministry degree. The emphasis in this degree is personal growth and development through a structured course of study of the Bible, theology and church history. This degree will enhance the ability of godly men and women to serve […]
This program seeks to develop a wide range of skills for providing leadership in the educational ministry of the church. This program emphasizes the integration of biblical, theological, and historical studies with educational foundations, together with the acquisition of skills in teaching and leadership.
The student who holds a baccalaureate degree from an approved institution receives the degree of Master of Divinity (M.Div.) on the completion of the prescribed program of study. The curriculum is designed to offer training for the pastoral or professional ministry. Concentrated study in three basic areas – Bible, theology, and practical theology – characterizes the four to five-year program.