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Biblical Studies Certificate
Online - Full-time / Part-time

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Start your career journey with a Christian world-view of disciple making

  • Explore and strengthen Christian worldview

  • Develop understanding of Disciple Making fundamentals

Who is this program designed for?  

 

 

  • Primarily 18-25 year olds
     

  • A person who has already accepted Jesus and looking to grow their faith
     

  • A person who might be considering a path to full-time ministry work but wants to “test the waters” first without committing to a 4-year degree and accumulating a lot of debt
     

  • A person who wants to strengthen their Christian worldview before going off to school in a secular university setting
     

  • A person who wants to learn the foundations of the methods Jesus used to make disciples
     

  • A person looking to spend the year studying but also doing something meaningful in serving Jesus

  • O11 – Old Testament Literature
    An overview of the Old Testament highlighting key Biblical passages and customs leading up to Jesus the Messiah.

  • N11 - New Testament Literature
    A survey of Romans through Revelation, emphasizing the purpose and content of each and also touching briefly on authorship, origin and structure. 

  • N13 – Jesus Christ and the Gospels
    An overview of the life, teachings, disciple making ministry, Cross, and great commission of Jesus.

  • N15 - Acts of the Apostles
    A study of the early church’s start, expansion, and disciple making endeavors leading to the Gospel being preached in Rome.

  • N17 - Romans
    An exegetical study of Paul’s letter to Rome with background, date, authorship and content analysis being covered.  Application of doctrine to the church of today is noted and emphasized.

  • T13 – Interpretation
    A basic course on how to study the Word of God, giving principles which will help assure a proper understanding of the text in its contextual setting.

  • T25 - World Religions
    Provides a basic understanding of worldview in order to evaluate the major competitors to Biblical disciples – Mormonism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism.

  • G11 – Interpersonal Communication
    A course of instruction and methods of practice for improving the qualities of the voice and the methods of effectively delivering the Word of God.  It includes interpersonal communication in conversation, reading, teaching and preaching.

  • G15 – English Composition
    The purpose of this course is to teach basic composition, grammar skills and library research

  • P11 - Christian Service (1hr)
    Students become aware of, and are involved in, helping to serve the needs of others with oversight by the College.

  • P13 - Life Skills (1hr)
    Life Skills is designed to develop the total well being of the Christian student.  It will promote skills to improve the learner and assist him/her in becoming a productive and courteous student, family member, community partner and worker.

  • P15 – Mission Perspective
    A course designed to study missions, noting the concept of the indigenous church and the methods and principles being used on various mission fields.

Tuition and Course Fees

Tuition:
$540 CAD / course
(exception P11 and P13: $180)



Full Time Student Tuition & Fees for the Year:

Tuition (32 credit hours)____________$5,760 CAD

Fees                                               ______$   500 CAD
Total                                                       ________    $ 6,260 CAD

Textbooks not included

All prices subject to change without notice

*Tuition and fees are due by registration day.

(See Master Calendar for dates)
 

Application Deadline

  • Applications for September enrollment must be received by August 15
     

  • Applications for January enrollment must be received by December 20