Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Religious Studies - Christian Leadership
Bachelor of Religious Studies - Missional Occupations
Associate of Biblical Studies
Associate of Professional Studies
Associate of Worship Arts
Central Christian College of the Bible offers a variety of degrees to meet the needs of its students. Students who are beginning their college career or transferring from elsewhere will find a degree that can help them meet their goals for ministry training. Central provides associate and baccalaureate degrees in Bible and ministry. Partnership degrees allow a student to receive occupational training at another institution while simultaneously pursuing a bachelor’s degree from Central.
The Associate of Biblical Studies degree is designed to equip students with a solid Biblical and theological foundation for servant-leadership and teaching within the local church. The curriculum is designed to prepare for service in volunteer or bi-vocational ministry applications.
The Associate of Professional Studies degree allows students to receive a Biblical and theological foundation for servant-leadership while training for a career using the vocational training available at a community college. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for service in volunteer or bi-vocational ministry applications.
The Associate of Worship Arts degree is designed to equip students with the Biblical and theological foundation necessary for servant-leadership through worship leading in the local church. The curriculum provides intense worship training for students who want to serve the church in paid or volunteer capacities.
The Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees develop a Bible major and a ministry program. Each program consists of SALT courses, including Field Education, and twenty-seven specialized hours of study. A recommended course of study for the BS and/or BA degree is included in the relevant pages of the Ministry Programs section of this catalog.
Candidates for the Bachelor of Religious Studies degrees already have earned or plan to earn a substantial amount of college credit from another institution. While at Central, almost all of a BRS student’s classes will be in Bible and ministry. At the same time, the students may take vocational training from Moberly Area Community College to develop a professional major.