A Ministry of Landmark Baptist Church

Degrees Offered


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*Detailed degree requirements and course descriptions can be found here

Bachelor of Arts in Bible - Pastoral Studies

This course of study is for men called of God to preach and pastor a church. The degree prepares the future pastor with the spiritual, practical, and theological tools necessary to succeed in the ministry. The degree includes Visitation and Maintenance Practicums as well as a required summer internship. Courses include Homiletics, Practice Preaching, Pastoral Theology, Advanced Pastoral Theology, Church Administration, and Church Polity.

Bachelor of Arts in Bible - Missions

This program is for men and women called to reach the lost on the mission field. Whether that field is home or abroad, this degree will train and equip the student to do the work of God on the mission field. This degree also includes Visitation and Maintenance Practicums and a required summer internship. The courses for this degree will include Missionary PPM (Principles, Practices and Methods), Cross Cultural Ministries, Deputation Ministry, and Cults/Comparative Religions.

Bachelor of Arts in Bible - Local Church Ministries

This degree is for men who have been lead by the Lord to the position of an assistant pastor, youth director, evangelist or other ministries of the local church. The student will choose one of the following proficiencies: Youth, Evangelism, Church Technology, and Radio Broadcasting. This degree will also include Visitation/Maintenance and Proficiency Practicums and a required summer internship. Courses will include Second Man, Evangelism, Outreach Ministries, Youth and Childrenís Ministries.

Bachelor of Arts in Bible - Biblical Studies

This major of study is for men who are unsure of the call of God in their life or just want a complete Bible college education. This well-rounded Bible degree gives students a sound doctrinal foundation along with a strong college education.

Bachelor of Arts in General Studies

This course of study is for those who are interested in a well-rounded Christian education. The following minors are available: Christian Womanhood, Music, Secretarial, Education, and Bible.

Bachelor of Science in Christian Elementary Education

This program prepares the student to minister in a Christian school at the elementary and middle school level. The student will learn general teaching methods, as well as, techniques specific to each of the core subjects (Math, Science, History, and Language Arts). General teaching courses will include Christian Philosophy of Education, Methods & Materials, Tests & Measurements, Classroom Management and Practice Teaching. The student will also be required to complete several weeks of classroom observation and a semester of student teaching.

Bachelor of Science in Christian Secondary Education

This program prepares the student to minister in a Christian school at the high school level. Along with the general teaching courses, the student will take proficiency courses in History and one of the following: Math, Science, or English. The student will also be required to complete several weeks of classroom observation and a semester of student teaching.

Bachelor of Science in Christian Studies - (Interdisciplinary)

This program allows the student to earn a two year Bible College education and proceed to learn a trade at a local community or state college or another approved college near the studentís home. Possible interdisciplinary subjects could include Nursing, Aviation, Criminal Justice, and Business Administration. Other disciplines subject to approval.

Graduate Studies


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*Detailed degree requirements and course descriptions can be found here

Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies

Master of Arts in Biblical Studies

Master of Science in Christian School Administration

Master of Science in Christian Elementary Education

Master of Science in Christian Secondary Education

Master of Science in Bible College Administration

Doctor of Ministry

Doctor of Education in Christian Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Theology

Degree Requirements


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Each student must take the following courses from Landmark Baptist College: Personal Evangelism, Baptist History, and Inspiration of Scripture I & II. These must be completed before receiving the studentís first degree from Landmark Baptist College.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

An Associate degree requires the completion of 66 credit hours as approved by the College Administration.

BACHELOR DEGREE

A Bachelor degree requires the completion of 132 credit hours as described in the catalog and approved by the College Administration.

GRADUATE DEGREE PREREQUISITES

To enter the Pastoral Studies or Theology graduate programs, the student must have (or obtain) twenty-one (21) hours of undergraduate credits in Bible and/or Practical Theology. To enter the Christian School Administration, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Bible College Administration, or Christian Education graduate programs, the student must have (or obtain) twelve (12) hours of undergraduate credits in Bible and nine (9) in Education.

MASTER DEGREE

A Master degree requires 36 graduate-level credit hours above a Bachelor degree plus a thesis or 42 graduate-level credit hours without the thesis as approved by the College Administration. A Master Thesis is a minimum of 50 typewritten, double spaced, 8 Ĺ by 11 pages. The topic of the thesis must be pre-approved by the College Administration.

DOCTOR OF MINISTRY DEGREE

The Doctor of Ministry degree requires the completion of 48 graduate-level credit hours beyond a Master degree as approved by the College Administration.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY OR DOCTOR OF EDUCATION DEGREE

A Ph.D. or Ed.D. degree requires 64 graduate-level credit hours beyond a Master degree as approved by the College Administration plus a Doctoral Dissertation on a topic pre-approved by the College Administration. A limited number of Ph.D. applications will be accepted.