Bible colleges and other Christian learning institutions offer a variety of programs in many different fields. There are certificate programs, associate degrees, bachelor degrees, and possibly even master degree programs available in a wide range of subjects with a scope beyond just biblical studies.
Some Bible colleges focus on biblical studies alone and may offer diplomas in Old Testament studies, New Testament studies, biblical languages, church administration, church history, missions, and other religious interests. Other accredited Bible institutions may expand their offerings to include an education in business, nursing, academics, teaching, science, history, or another area of interest. You can expect these more “secular” type programs to be taught from a Christian worldview. And they will likely include some Bible class requirements and other Christian studies.
Four-Year Bible College Degrees
Bachelor of Arts/Science (B.A./B.S.) Bible Degrees
Two-Year Bible College Degrees
Associate of Art (A.A.) Bible Degrees
- A.A. in Biblical Studies
- A.A. in Christian Education
- A.A. in Mission and Evangelism
- A.A. in Pastoral Ministry