The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies program provides students with an academic and ministerial foundation focused on biblical studies and the training necessary for graduate programs, such as M.C.C. or M.Div. This program offers biblical studies courses that incorporate engagement with biblical texts, theological courses that include historical, systematic and perspective views on the Bible, such as ethics and doctrines, interdisciplinary Bible-related courses that apply the Bible‘s teaching to various practical areas of study. The course content is built on biblical and theological truths which are then applied to varying subject matters, skills, principles and practices of a professional discipline.BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FAMILY STUDIES (B.S.F.) – 120 Credits
This degree is largely designed to equip students for education and counseling ministry with the knowledge and skills in multicultural settings. It also addresses critical issues within the contexts of homes, families and communities in both educational and ministerial environments.BACHELOR OF ART IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (B.C.S.) – 120 Credits
To provide students with the computer related knowledge and skills as well as soft skills needed for team works, based on the Christian values and Biblical morals to prepare them for professional careers in the field of computer science.BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING (B.S.A.) – 120 Credits
The degree of Bachelor of Science in Accounting is the principal academic program in accountancy and is the undergraduate degree recognized for subsequent practice as a professional accountant.BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (B.B.A.) -120 Credits
- WITH CONCENTRATION ON MANAGEMENT
- WITH CONCENTRATION ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Through instruction in accounting, finance, marketing, operations, and international business combined with biblical and theological disciplines to provide tools necessary for students to obtain the ability to understand business climate, start and run their own business with Christian values.