Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Theology
The need for theologically-grounded and experienced lay ministers to serve in their churches and local communities is great. In fact, Pope Francis has noted that "the future of the Church in a rapidly changing society will call, and even now calls, for a much more active engagement on the part of the laity [....] Each one of us has to respond, as best we can, to the Lord’s call to build up his Body, the Church" (Homily, 26 Sept. 2015). If you wish to pursue an undergraduate degree that will develop your knowledge of the Christian tradition and your skills to serve others better as you enagage in meaningful work in the world in response to the Spirit's call, the fully online Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Theology degree will help you to do so!
About the Degree Program
This degree allows you to pursue your passion where you are, whatever your ministry or workplace service may be. The program:
requires two or more years of full-time work or volunteer experience for admission.
offers transfer credit of up to 90 hours of coursework from accredited colleges and universities.
gives you the flexibility of learning and earning your degree online.
requires 120 credits for completion.