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Program Details

Calvary University offers male students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor degree in Ministry Studies with a concentration in Youth Ministry. The degree program is designed to fundamentally educate and train individuals to become qualified ministers in local Christian organizations as well as in outside entities. 

The Youth Ministry concentration intends to prepare students to work with younger individuals seeking evangelism and fellowship. The Ministries Studies program is 126 credit hours and is comprised of core biblical topics. Courses in the program may provide students with the effective and efficient theory and applications needed to serve ministries with the essential foundations needed when teaching the gospel to youths. The concentration should prepare students to work and relate to people by finding common ground with the church in addition to understanding youth interests of today. 

Applying the Scripture to the questions and decisions facing today’s teenagers is an underlying emphasis of the Youth Ministry concentration. Students will be introduced to the essential concepts of study delving into areas of interest such as: Biblical Counseling, Counseling Youth, and Crisis Counseling.

Students must also complete the general education courses in mathematics, literature, social and natural sciences, history, humanities and the fine arts. Successful students should be able to accurately use hermeneutics when analyzing, interpreting and applying ministry leadership in many professions. 

Graduates should consistently demonstrate growth in their Christian character throughout the program and enrollment at the College. Successful students, upon graduation, may use the formal education when seeking careers communicating the scriptural truths in an accurate and effective manner to individuals in need. Graduates must also be able to perform the many responsibilities of pastoral care with practical skills.

Accreditation & Licensing

Association for Biblical Higher Education, Commission on Accreditation

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission