Bachelor of Theology
About the program:
Do you want to build up your ministry skills so you can be a witness for Christ in the world? Are you ready to learn more about the transforming power of our God? The BTh integrates a well-developed foundation in Christian Studies with a broad and coherent theoretical and practical knowledge in theology and biblical studies. While ministry takes many forms, pastors and ministry leaders often find that they need a wide range of skills that do not come easily from personal study. Through this degree, you can foster a solid understanding of the fundamental principles of theology, and the Church. Each area of study in our religion degree is designed to help you delve deeper into the Word of God. This includes exploration of the Christian tradition as well as progressive interpretations.
This program will teach you and engage you in the study of the primary texts of the Christian faith (Old and New Testaments) with reflection on how those texts have been interpreted both historically and in contemporary readings. This degree in theology can also prove beneficial for those who wish to gain additional credentials in their current position of ministry. 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 Theological degree?
Graduates of the BTh would mostly be found in ordained service within the church, as well as working out their vocations in community and service industries. The BTh also prepares students for postgraduate studies in their area of specialization. Your graduate employment opportunities include, but are not limited to:
Women in Biblical Times
Introduction to Biblical Doctrine
Biblical Doctrine II
Inclusive Bible Interpretation
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.