Bachelor of Biblical Studies in Pastoral Ministry
The Pastoral Ministry program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively pursue a ministry calling. Students enrolled in the Pastoral Ministry program will complete courses in general education, Bible, and professional core. Coursework will equip students to use the Bible in light of contemporary issues, while developing oral and written skills in communication that are key to both personal and professional ministry settings.
Students completing the Pastoral Ministry program will exhibit the following:
Effective oral and written communication.
Application of a Pentecostal Holiness worldview as it relates to church disciplines in contemporary society.
Ability to evaluate ministry application in view of Biblical knowledge and church history.
Leadership skills for ministry and service in a local church.
To graduate with a Bachelor of Biblical Studies in Pastoral Ministry, the student must complete 122 semester credits. This includes 54 credits in professional studies, 35 credits of general studies, and 33 credits of Bible.