Institutional Goals
  • Seek out ministry-minded students committed to the mission of the College.

  • Offer high-quality, Bible-centered programs that prepare students academically and spiritually for service to Christ.

  • Create a safe, attractive campus environment conducive to learning and spiritual maturation.

  • Cultivate a strong financial base to meet all financial obligations and execute future planning while offering students an affordable education.

  • Engage the services of and fairly treat qualified personnel who are dedicated to and capable of fulfilling the mission of the institution.

  • Promote the spiritual and professional development of College personnel.

  • Maintain mutually beneficial relationships with alumni, churches, and community.

Program Objectives

  • Bachelors’ Degrees

    • General Education Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required General Education courses, students should be able to:

      • GE 1 |  Examine principles and theories from various disciplines

      • GE 2 |  Employ critical thinking skills from a Biblical Worldview

      • GE 3 |  Demonstrate appropriate research skills.

      • GE 4 |  Communicate effectively using oral, written, and multimedia forms.

    • Biblical Education Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required Bible and Theology courses, students should be able to:

      • BE 1 |  Apply the teachings of Scripture to one’s life, ministry, and spiritual growth.

      • BE 2 |  Demonstrate extensive knowledge of geography, history, and the doctrine of the Bible.

      • BE 3 |  Apply appropriate research skills for Biblical and theological studies.

      • BE 4 |  Evaluate contemporary ethics, morals, and world issues in light of Biblical teaching.

      • BE 5 |  Articulate and defend the essentials of the Christian faith.

      • BE 6 |  Interpret Scripture with sound exegetical principles and methods.

      • BE 7 |  Incorporate Greek and/or Hebrew in Biblical study. (Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies only)

    • Ministry Education Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required Ministry Study courses, students serving in a culturally relevant way in a local church, parachurch, or mission setting, should be able to:

      • ME 1 |  Demonstrate dependence on the Word of God and the Holy Spirit in ministry.

      • ME 2 |  Integrate principles and methods from various disciplines into ministry.

      • ME 3 |  Demonstrate compassion for the lost by encouraging and engaging in evangelism.

      • ME 4 |  Facilitate Christian growth and transformation through ministry.

      • ME 5 |  Perform practical aspects of ministry with professional competence.

 

  • Associate Degree in Biblical Studies

    • General Education Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required General Education courses, students should be able to:

      • GE 1 |  Examine principles and theories from various disciplines

      • GE 2 |  Employ critical thinking skills from a Biblical Worldview

      • GE 3 |  Demonstrate appropriate research skills.

      • GE 4 |  Communicate effectively using oral, written, and multimedia forms.

    • Biblical Education Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required Bible and Theology courses, students should be able to:

      • BE 1 |  Apply the teachings of Scripture to one’s life, ministry, and spiritual growth.

      • BE 2 |  Demonstrate a broad knowledge of the geography, history, and doctrine of the Bible.

      • BE 3 |  Apply appropriate research skills for Biblical and theological studies.

      • BE 6 |  Interpret Scripture with sound exegetical principles and methods.

    • Ministry Education Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required Ministry Study courses, students should be able to:

      • ME 1 |  Demonstrate dependence on the Word of God and the Holy Spirit in ministry.

      • ME 3 |  Demonstrate compassion for the lost by encouraging and engaging in evangelism.

      • ME 5a |  Perform practical aspects of ministry with competence.

 

  • Associate Degree in Christian Studies

    • General Education Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required General Education courses, students should be able to:

      • GE 2 |  Employ critical thinking skills from a Biblical Worldview

      • GE 3 |  Demonstrate appropriate research skills.

    • Biblical Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required Bible and Theology courses, students should be able to:

      • BE 1 |  Apply the teachings of Scripture to one’s life, ministry, and spiritual growth.

      • BE 2a |  Demonstrate a broad knowledge of the Bible: its geography, history, and doctrine.

      • BE 3 |  Apply appropriate research skills for Biblical and theological studies.

      • BE 5 |  Articulate and defend the essentials of the Christian faith.

      • BE 6 |  Interpret Scripture with sound exegetical principles and methods.

    • Ministry Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required Ministry Study courses, students should be able to:

      • ME 1 |  Demonstrate dependence on the Word of God and the Holy Spirit in ministry.

      • ME 3 |  Demonstrate compassion for the lost by encouraging and engaging in evangelism.

      • ME 5b |  Perform practical aspects of ministry.

 

  • Certificate in Christian Studies

    • Biblical Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required Bible and Theology courses, students should be able to:

      • BE1 |  Apply the teachings of Scripture to one’s life, ministry, and continuing spiritual growth.

      • BE2b |  Demonstrate a broad of geography, history, and doctrine of the Bible.

    • Ministry Studies Program Objectives

    • After completing all required Ministry Study courses, students should be able to:

      • ME1 |  Demonstrate dependence on the Word of God and the Holy Spirit in ministry.

      • ME3 |  Demonstrate compassion for the lost by encouraging and engaging in evangelism.