|Non-Refundable Application Fee||$100|
|Tuition||$125 per credit hour|
$3,200 entire program
*Application fees are non-refundable; tuition fees paid for courses not taken may be refunded within one year of enrollment. No refunds will be made following the one-year anniversary of acceptance into the program.
|Graduation||$50 in absentia|
|$125 on-campus graduation|
The Master’s Degree in Bible includes courses in individual book studies not taught generally on the undergraduate level such as Mosaic Writings, Gospel of John, Eschatology, Typology, Psalms, Proverbs, and Bible Geography and Archaeology. A 10,000 word thesis is also required on a practical area of ministry. For entrance into a Master's degree program, a bachelor's degree from a Bible or Christian college is required. Other situations will be considered on an individual basis.
BI 501 Ministry Practical (3 credit hours)
BI 511 Mosaic Writings (3 credit hours)
BI 521 Typology (3 credit hours)
BI 531 Gospel of John (3 credit hours)
BI 541 Eschatology (3 credit hours)
BI 502 Ministry Practical 2 (3 credit hours)
BI 512 Bible Archeology and Geography (3 credit hours)
BI 522 Corinthian Letters (3 credit hours)
BI 532 Psalms (3 credit hours)
BI 542 Proverbs (3 credit hours)
BI 562 Independent Research (2 credit hours)
The Master’s Degree in Christian Education includes advanced courses in History of Christian Education, Christian School Administration, Advanced Counseling, Theology of Christian Education, Introduction to Philosophy, and Student Evaluations. A 10,000 word thesis is also required on a practical area of Christian education. For entrance into a Master's degree program, a bachelor's degree from a Bible or Christian college is required. Other situations will be considered on an individual basis.
CE542 Advanced Philosophy of Christian Education (3 credit hours)
This course is designed to introduce the master's student to the subject of philosophy and how it relates to Christian education. The course will compare some of the philosophies used by the world in education and how the Bible either defends or condemns the use of such. The student will learn how to build a biblical philosophy of teaching and ministry focused on reaching students through Christian education and developing them in their spiritual maturity for God.
CE 501 Ministry Practical (3 credit hours)
CE 511 Teaching Methods (3 credit hours)
CE 521 Christian School Administration (3 credit hours)
CE 531 History of Christian Education (3 credit hours)
CE 541 Advanced Counseling (3 credit hours)
CE 551 Teaching Christian School Curriculum (3 credit hours)
CE 512 The Art of Teaching (3 credit hours)
CE 532 Theology of Christian Education (3 credit hours)
CE 522 Student Evaluations (3 credit hours)
CE 562 Independent Research (2 credit hours)
"...the flexibility to study..."
After 17 years on the mission field, the opportunity to receive advice and teaching from godly independent Baptists who are themselves doing a great work for the Lord, is a welcome encouragement. The blessing of being able to study a practical, Bible-based course while serving on the mission field is a privilege that I never thought possible. Now through the internet I am able to continue studying and stretching myself to better serve the Lord.
Of the many benefits of this program is the flexibility to study as I have time. The ministry is busy, but there is also a great need to stay fresh, keep learning, and stay focused on what is important - a love for the Lord and a burden for the lost. I am thankful that the Lord has allowed me to be a part of this course. It has been well worth the investment.
Missionary to Aomori, Japan
"...stretched to learn more of the Bible..."
For years I have looked for a master’s program from an independent, fundamental Baptist, but all I could find were the programs that required many hours away from my ministry that God has called me to do. I am currently being stretched to learn more of the Bible while staying actively involved in the ministry. Thank you for making a way for me to further advance my education without sacrificing my ministry.
Youth Pastor in Tennessee