Bachelor of Religious Education
About the program:
Is this you? You love working with children and equipping them for success. You are passionate about sharing the Gospel and helping others grasp biblical truth. You want to combine your passion for education and theology into an exciting, rewarding career.
If that sounds like you, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Education from Queens College can help. This program is designed to help meet the growing need for biblically trained teachers in today’s Christian education system.
The Bachelor of Arts in Religious Education is a non-licensure program that can help prepare you to teach in private schools and various non-school settings. It also provides the foundation you need to eventually further your education and pursue licensure.
Please note: This is not a study for career licensure. Students with this degree will be eligible for Teacher Certification by the Accreditation of Christian Education at acecommission.org.
What you will learn:
In this program, you’ll explore core education topics, including learning theory, educational philosophy, and classroom management.
In addition to honing your teaching abilities, this program provides a mix of religion, Bible, theology, and apologetics courses. These classes can strengthen your understanding of Scripture and help you prepare to teach theological concepts and church history to students of all ages. You can become equipped to develop Bible lessons and teach Scripture in a way that promotes understanding and real-world application.
To complete the study, you will be required to summarize each chapter and then complete a reflection assessment to determine your comprehension of the posted material. Once graded, the student advances to the next course. All courses are self-paced, so the student will never worry about juggling class time and the hectic schedule of life.
What can do with a Religious Education Degree?
A Bachelor of Arts in Religious Education can help equip you to teach elementary, middle, or high school in a private school setting, including church programs and home schooling. You could also pursue work as an academic advisor, community outreach coordinator, or charter school teacher after earning this degree.
Christian Education Foundation I
Christian Education Foundation II
Post Modern Christianity
Basics of Christian Education
Introduction to Christian Education
Introduction to New Testament
Education Administration I
Special Needs Education I
Religious Education Practical Assessment
BA in Religious Education Final Exam
Degree programs of study offered by Queens College of Theology have been declared by the appropriate state authority exempt from the requirements for licensure, under provisions of North Carolina Statues Section (G.S.) 116-15 (d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious education. Exemption from licensure is not based upon assessment of program quality under established licensing standards. To read more about this exemption, you can click here. As of right now, we are not pursuing an accreditation status by an agency approved by the Department of Education. We are pursuing accreditation by religious organizations to ensure our programs of study remain respected amongst the Christian vocation.