Korean Bible Colleges are either designated Bible colleges that cater to Christians have an ethnic Korean background or those who wish to minister to and evangelize people that are ethnically Korean. These colleges have Biblical and Christian studies that are taught in the Korean language and often also offer some classes in English.
There has been a rising population of Korean people in America who are converting to Christianity. With the rise of these congregations, there is an increasing need to train new ministers and other supporting church pastoral leaders to lead these churches. That is precisely who the Korean Bible colleges cater too.
Some of these Bible colleges for Koreans are sub sections of other non-Korean Bible colleges and others are only Korean based Bible colleges. Like traditional Bible colleges, they usually offer associate and bachelor’s degrees in Christian ministry and Christian studies that may or may not be affiliated with specific denominational teachings. Many offer Bible classes in Korean.
Korean Bible Colleges
- American Evangelical University, a university founded by the Korean Evangelical Church of America
- Bethesda University, a historically pentecostal Korean university
- Grace Mission University, a Christian university for Korean students
- International Reformed University and Seminary, a Korean Christian university
- Methodist Theological Seminary in America, a methodist Korean theology school
- Presbyterian Theological Seminary in America, a Korean PCA theology school
- World Mission University, a Korean Bible college and university
- Southern Reformed College and Seminary, a Bible college with classes in Korean
Looking for other accredited Bible schools?
- Presbyterian Bible Colleges
- Reformed Bible Colleges
- Immigrant-Serving Bible Colleges
- Hispanic Bible Colleges
- African-American Bible Colleges
Or, see all our lists of Bible colleges by tradition.