The 124-hour Bachelor of Arts in Ministry has the advantage of providing ministry training in 22 areas of ministry, such as Biblical languages, children’s ministry, church education, coaching and recreational ministry, counseling, criminal justice, English, expanded Bible, history, general ministry, humanities, intercultural studies, Israel studies, management for non-profit, North American church planting, music, pastoral studies, secondary Bible education, sign language, sports management, student ministries, and worship arts. Transfer students may utilize the General Ministry Minor to maximize transfer credit. This flexible minor may be approved in a variety of practical fields with ministry applications including business, marketing, technology, plumbing, electrical, etc.
The outcome of the Bachelor of Arts in Ministry is the ministry and job placement of our graduates in local churches and non-profit organizations in North America and around the world. Literally the sun never sets on a continent where a Carolina University student has not or is not fulfilling the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations.