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Biblical Studies and Ministry

Dig deeper into the Word of God and learn how to use it to further the Good News of Jesus Christ in real-world ministry.



LeTourneau University's undergraduate degrees in Biblical Studies and Ministry equip you for effective ministry both philosophically and practically.

Whether you're looking to finish your degree, pave the way toward graduate studies, position yourself for acceptance into seminary or bolster your bi-vocational ministry, LeTourneau prepares you to reach your goals.

Regardless of your ministerial goals, from youth or worship leadership to ministry administration or missions, you will graduate ready to apply your biblical knowledge and passion for ministry to individuals, churches and the world.

LeTourneau University's Biblical Studies and Ministry degree programs fit your work schedule and your busy life. Earn your degree entirely online, via an interactive and rich online environment.



Bachelor of Biblical Studies and Ministry

The Bachelor of Biblical Studies and Ministry requires:

  • 42 credit hours in major courses
  • 33 credit hours of general education
  • 45 credit hours of general electives

Total: 120 credit hours

Our accelerated class format allows you to finish each course in just five weeks. For online students, coursework begins each week on Monday, with most assignments due on Sunday by midnight.



Our curriculum provides comprehensive biblical instruction and ministerial training through courses such as Life & Teachings of Christ, Contemporary World Missions, Worship Leadership and Christian Doctrine - all taught by faculty members with diverse denominational backgrounds and proven theological credentials.

  • Utilize the standard tools and proper methods to effectively study, interpret and apply the Bible to real-life situations
  • Greater understanding of the historical, cultural and geographical developments of both the Old and New Testament
  • Practical skills such as planning, speaking, teaching, leading and developing relationships appropriate for ministry
  • Biblical Studies and Ministry majors participate in a capstone course that focuses on the integration of faith and a biblical worldview into life and work

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