Certificate in Practical Theology

The Certificate program is designed to provide foundation in the field of Christian ministry and theology.

Diploma in Practical Theology

The Associate Program is designed to provide an introduction in the fields of Biblical studies and theology. The program is foundational and provides insight for both laity and those who wish to become involved in active ministry. A total of 60 units/ credits per semester is required. A 2.5 G.P.A. is required on a scale of 4.0.

Bachelor's Degree  

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Bachelor of Practical Theology
Bachelor of Christian Counseling
Bachelor of Biblical Studies
Bachelor of Christian Education
Bachelor of Leadership and Administration
Bachelor of Prophetic Ministry

The Bachelor program is designed to provide enrichment in the areas of Biblical truths and effective ministry. Both the laity and those pursuing active ministry will benefit from this program. A total of 120 units/credits is required (this includes the 60 units/credits from the Associate Degree). A 2.0 G.P.A. on a scale of 4.0 is required.

Master's Degrees

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Master of Practical Theology
Master of Christian Counseling
Master of Biblical Studies
Master of Leadership and Administration

The Masters program is designed for the student to demonstrate an applicable understanding and comprehension of the curriculum that would allow the student to function in a ministerial capacity in the field of his/her endeavor. A total of 36 credits are required post-graduation from the Bachelor’s program. There will be a Practicum and a Thesis required. A 3.0 G.P.A. on a scale of 4.0 is required. 

Doctoral Program

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Doctor of Ministry
Doctor of Pastoral Counseling
Doctor of Theological Studies

The Doctorate Program is for those who are functioning in the ministry in the emphasis that they are applying for. Applicants should be able to complete 21 hours of coursework and write a Doctorate Dissertation in the required field of study. A 3.0 G.P.A. on a scale of 4.0 is required.