Atlanta Degree Programs
Designed to prepare students for pastoral ministry in a rigorous 106 semester-hour degree typically completed in 3 or 4 years.
A 66-hour degree designed for Christians who desire to integrate biblical studies with cultural and social concerns.
A 60-hour degree designed for Christians who desire to bring biblical and theological reflection to bear on a wide spectrum of societal issues.
Certificate programs are tailored to meet the needs of the candidates or the requirements of agencies with which they may be associated. Missionary candidates may meet the requirements of their sending agencies by taking a one-year program in Bible, Theology, or Missions. Campus ministry candidates may find courses in Bible and theology to be a helpful addition to training that may be given by their supporting agencies. As with degree programs, a B.A. degree or its equivalent from an accredited school is required.
Center for the Study of the Bible and Ethnicity
The Center for the Study of the Bible and Ethnicity equips leaders to minister effectively within multi-ethnic, cross-cultural, and mono-ethnic contexts by fostering an appreciation for the histories and cultures of people groups that are outside of the dominant culture. The Center promotes theological education and reflection on these topics and how they inform and impact local and global ministry in the 21st century.
The CSBE will seek to accomplish its mission by offering special classes throughout the academic year and by organizing certain co-curricular events (like conferences, formal discussion groups, etc.) that will complement those classes. It is also expected that informal discussions between professors and students and between the students themselves will be fostered by the CSBE and will play an important role in the culture it creates on campus.