Bachelor’s degrees require four years of study and have become the standard level of education for most people today. Most seminaries require students to have a bachelor’s of arts (B.A.) or a bachelor’s of science (B.S.) before attending seminary, but seminary is not required after completing a bachelor’s program.
Christians who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree often choose a Bible college or undergraduate Christian university for one of two reasons. Many are training to work professionally in Christian ministry, as a pastor, missionary, counselor or in another capacity. Others intend to enter the secular workforce, but appreciate the perspective of a Christian worldview.
Here is a list of Bible colleges that offer B.A. and B.S. degrees. At these schools, students can select majors directly related to Christianity, or they can study secular majors from a Biblical worldview. Click on a school for more information about it.