North Greenville University’s (NGU) Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries is designed to prepare students for ministry in many spheres including full-time ministry, various staff positions within a local church, and leadership within various domestic and international nonprofit organizations. Faculty in the program guide students through practical aspects of ministry, contemporary theory, and biblical foundations. For class scheduling flexibility, NGU offers both full time and part-time program options.
As part of this program, you will have the opportunity to specialize in one of four (4) concentrations: Biblical Studies, Ministry, Theology, and Youth Ministry.
A distinctively Christ-centered program, students are equipped for ministry service through gaining competencies in articulation, analysis, application, critical thinking, and practical ministry. In addition to, analyzing and integrating primary and secondary sources of biblical, theological, historical and ethical thought.Find Out More >
Online | Blended Programs
100% online, flexible class format to accommodate your busy schedule. And, for select courses, you will have the opportunity to complete your class online or supplement the online component with a blended learning environment for weekly on campus or virtual (real-time) class sessions.
Each class aims to provide a solid foundation of orthodox theology and practical application to daily life and ministry. Students will gain both facilities in defending and explaining the Christian worldview through completion of the core curriculum as well as a variety of electives that enable them to focus on a specific area of ministry needs.
To learn more about the Christian Ministries degree, connect with NGU through the form below.
|Course Title||Credits||Class Formats|
|Old Testament Survey||3||Online, Blended|
|New Testament Survey||3||Online, Blended|
|Apologetics & Evangelism||3||Online, Blended|
|World Missions||3||Online, Blended|
|Biblical Spirituality||3||Online, Blended|