Bachelor in Ministry

Course Description

Bachelor in Ministry: 

Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Ministry program must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.

The Bachelor of Ministry degree prepares students either for ordained ministry in a Christian church, or for a wider engagement in society.

Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Ministry program, the students should be able to:

  • serve in ministry such as a local church or missions and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their calling and career
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in church ministry
  • demonstrate a good understanding of theological and Biblical interpretation
  • provide foundational knowledge of the major disciplines of Christian ministry
  • look closer at how Christianity engages culture and how to use the Christian faith to address our world’s toughest issues
  • provide an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills needed to effectively serve in church ministry
  • provide the basic pastoral competence required for effective ministry in the Christian community
  • develop initial skills for pastoral ministry
  • achieve personal growth in ministry through the integration of theory and practice

 

Modules:

Number

Name of Course

Credits

1

Biblical World View

4

2

The Tabernacle of Moses

4

3

The Armor Bearer

4

4

Protocols in Ministry

4

5

The Power of the Local Church

4

6

The Five-Fold Anointing

4

7

Know What You Believe

4

8

World Religions

4

9

The Prophetic Anointing

4

10

Homiletics

4

11

The Ministry of the Holy Spirit

4

12

Pastoral Ministry

4

13

Methods of Multiplication

4

14

Power Principles

4

15

Journey to Christianity

4

Minimum of 15 Courses

60 Credits

Key Features

Over 40 hours of live lecture content!

Give relevance and learning ease

All the basics needed to get you started

Tips for passing the review process

Hands on pastoral guidance and information

Access to an international community of instructors