Bachelor of Religious Education is designed as a seminary-track curriculum with an emphasis on the study of the religious education. The studies in this degree are the foundations for those seeking to enter Christian schools to teach Bible. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be well prepared to enter a theological seminary to pursue an educational program as a preparation for a career as an ordained minister. Graduates of Bachelor of Religious Education are able to serve in the Christian Community as Christian educators, missionary workers, youth ministers, Christian counselors, or Sunday school coordinators.
To graduate, a student must complete a minimum of 168 quarter units or 1680 hours of the following coursework with a cumulative GPA average of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale
Successful graduates of the program will be awarded a degree in Bachelor of Religious Education.
Students are usually expected to complete the program in 4 years. The maximum time frame allowed for students to complete a program is 150% of the normal program length, namely 6 years for the Bachelor’s programs. An extension may be granted for special circumstances.