Programs of Study

Master's Baptist College provides a number of different degrees to equip students. All of the programs are designed to build upon another, so if a student initially came for a Certificate of Biblical Studies and decided to get a Bachelor's degree, there would not be any change in their duration at school. 

In addition to the classes unique to each degree, all students have practical requirements every semester. These requirements are Bible reading, church outreach, church ministry, and spiritual development.

CERTIFICATE OF BIBLICAL STUDIES

One-Year Program

The Certificate of Biblical Studies is a survey of the entire Bible and key Bible doctrine as well as providing basic training in essential elements of Christian life.

ASSOCIATE OF BIBLICAL STUDIES

Two-Year Program

The Associate of Biblical Studies expands upon the first-year curriculum by presenting in-depth studies of each Bible book. Students also develop additional skills useful relevant to the ministry of a local church.

ASSOCIATE OF BIBLICAL STUDIES-CHURCH SECRETARY

Two-Year Program

The Associate of Biblical Studies-Church Secretary focuses on equipping students with the skills necessary to aid in the administration and day-to-day operations of the local church.

BACHELOR OF BIBLICAL STUDIES IN PASTORAL MINISTRY

The Bachelor of Biblical Studies in Pastoral Ministry prepares men seeking to enter the local church pastoral ministry. This preparation includes an in depth study of church administration, doctrinal issues, and the pastorate.

BACHELOR OF BIBLICAL STUDIES IN MISSIONS

The Bachelor of Biblical Studies in Missions provides comprehensive preparation for men and women to bring the Gospel to unreached and under-reached areas. Part of this preparation includes an  internship in Botswana, Africa.

BACHELOR OF BIBLICAL STUDIES IN CHURCH MINISTRIES

The Bachelor of Biblical Studies in Church Ministries trains students with a strong skill set for ministry in the local church. It is focused for those who want to serve full-time but are not called to the pastorate.