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Program Detail: Biblical Studies

Language of this entry English (USA)
Name of Program / Training Resource Biblical Studies
Type of Training Program with multiple subsidiary courses
Reference Number ABC2
Description Do Any of These Descriptions Sound Familiar? You want to be involved as a lay person in your church or Christian ministry in a role that does not require a bachelor’s degree You want a broad foundation that enhances understanding of people and the world/culture in which they live You are the spouse of full-time student enrolled for a degree You want to be better prepared to serve alongside your spouse in ministry You live close to the campus and simply want to enhance your knowledge of spiritual truth in order to grow personally and to be more effective in lay ministry. The Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies is specifically designed for students with vocational goals outside the realm of Bible College training who want a solid Bible foundation and a Christian orientation to life. The degree is designed for students who are unsure about their direction and who want the assistance of a Christian institution of higher learning as they seek to discern the Lord's will in their lives, or students who want to be involved as a lay person in their churches or in Christian ministry that does not require a full bachelor's degree.
Keywords Ministry, Theology
Languages Program Available in English (USA)
Other Languages
Country and region where program is available United States / West Virginia
Area of Ministry and Focus Bible Teaching and Training / Theology; Transforming Culture, Arts and the Media / Communication and Media
Residential/Non Residential Residential
Full-time or Part-time Full-time
Level Diploma
Cost Range US$500 or more
Actual Cost -
Bursaries/scholarships available No
Actual Length 2 years
Average hours of study per week 0
Methods of instruction
Percentage of time spent in formal learning (e.g. lectures, structured reading, work-books, etc.)
Percentage of time spent on non-formal skill-based learning (e.g. learning on the job and supervised practice, etc.)
Percentage of time spent in informal unstructured learning (e.g. prayer times, teamwork).
Average number of students who take the program per year (or, if this is a new program, the number who can be accommodated) 0
Prerequisite Programs
Other Prerequisites
Qualifications gained
Qualifications this program is part of
Program Accredited by Not accredited (or not yet classified)