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Bachelor of Ministry



Class Type

100% Online

Program Cost


Credit Transfer

60 credits accepted


Association of Christian Education

About the program: 

Are you ready to be a ministry leader who upholds justice and integrity? The Bachelor of Ministry (BMin) prepares you for Christian ministry in today’s world. The BMin provides a thorough foundation in theology and biblical studies, shaping a Christian worldview that directly connects with vocation, integrating a broad and coherent theoretical and practical knowledge in an area of progressive ministry. 

This program is designed for students who desire the broadest foundation upon which to build their ministry and who would like the option of advancing into a master’s degree

You will hone your communication and problem-solving skills alongside developing specialist knowledge and expertise in the leading congregation, chaplaincy, humanities, and practical ministry. Theories are applied, and professional skills are developed by summarizing course books and completing self-reflection assessments. This course even has an opportunity for work-integrated learning. There will be a particular emphasis on leadership to ensure that you are equipped with a sense of responsibility and the Christian ethic of caring for your neighbor.

What you will learn: 

What can do with a Bachelor of Ministry degree? 

This program is ideal for those seeking to work within faith based organizations and ministries. Careers can include but is not limited to: 

  • Church or Worship pastor

  • Youth or Children’s minister

  • Missionary

  • Chaplain

  • Community/NGO worker

  • Church Administrator

  • Pastoral Educator

  • Nonprofit advisor

Featured Courses

Course Name
Sermon Interpretations I
New Testament Uses of Old Testament
Biblical Greek Grammar I
Bibliology: Baptists
Biblical Ethics
Inclusive Bible Interpretation
Theological Tractates


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. 

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