- Campbellsville, United States
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
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- Program Description:
Producing competent ministers for the church and for the world has a long history at Campbellsville University. The online pastoral ministries bachelor’s degree from Campbellsville University provides you with a broad and deep understanding of ministry study and works to help you become a future leader in Christ. The program examines subjects like biblical study, missiology, church history, evangelism and pastoral care in depth. Through this combination of courses, you will obtain the knowledge necessary to grow and maintain a healthy church.
Throughout the program, you will be exposed to both the Old Testament and New Testament, spiritual formation, philosophy, world religions, contemporary theology, educational ministries and the ministry of proclamation. Additionally, our online pastoral degree Christian studies internship supplies you with real-world experience through involvement in a local church. In the internship, experienced ministers carefully supervise and support you while you complete fieldwork, allowing you to serve in a ministry position and become educated about ministry.
Whether you enjoy preaching, teaching, leading or counseling, this online ministry degree gives you the skills you need to pursue a ministry career. As a graduate, you can answer the call to ministry and take on roles in traditional pastoral ministry, religious and biblical education, missionary work, religious nonprofit management and social justice outreach.
Faculty members have real-world Christian ministry experience, and the program is offered in a convenient and flexible format so that you can complete your coursework during your own time.
Campbellsville University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
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- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
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