What will I study?
The associate of science degree in Christian Ministries provides preparation for service in various ministries of the local church. Students take coursework in Bible and in related practical subjects. The program requires 64 credits and supports the goals of the School of Religion.
Program Learning Outcomes
The student will ...
-- Apply the major themes and content of the Bible.
-- Apply skills required in various ministry settings.
What classes will I take?
First Year +
Second Year +
The School of Religion extension office and the Office of Missions will assist you in finding positions for Christian service. We work with students to help them select a mission board, and a number of mission board recruiters come to the campus each year. Pastors, camp directors, mission board directors, and other recruiters often visit the campus to find personnel for their ministries.
Career Services can help you prepare for job hunting and networking with employers.