Department of Bible and Ministry
The Bachelor of Science degree supports formal preparation for Christian ministry or biblical studies. Undergraduate degrees are available in Biblical Studies, Christian Ministry, Urban Ministry, Worship Ministry, and Youth and Family Ministry. Concentrations in either Biblical Studies or Ministry are available under the Interdisciplinary Studies program for those who are interested in Vocational Ministry. Minors are offered in biblical studies, biblical languages, Greek, theology, or youth and family ministry.
Graduates are well prepared for several roles in Christian ministry. Common ministerial opportunities include preaching, congregational ministry, youth and family ministry, missions, and teaching. Graduates also find jobs in parachurch organizations in fields such as community renewal, chaplaincy, and youth services. The degree also provides a foundation for graduate studies in ministry and theology.
- Dr. Keith Huey–Professor of Church History, Chair for Department of Bible & Ministry
- Dr. Mark Love–Professor of Theology & Ministry, Dean School of Theology & Ministry
- Dr. Greg Stevenson–Professor of Religion & Greek
- Dr. James Walters–Associate Professor of Religion
- Dr. Naomi Walters–Associate Professor of Religion