Program Overview

Kentucky Christian University offers a new graduate program through the Graduate School of Bible and Ministry, the  Masters of Arts in Religion, which begins in the fall of 2013. The M.A. in Religion is available to all students at Kentucky Christian University.

The Masters of Arts in Religion offers students insight into a wide range of topics including: Bible, Ministry, Archaeology, History and Theology. The program is exclusively taught online, allowing students to work from home without the need to travel to campus. The program is unique because it is taught in cohorts of fifteen students. This group of students will start and end the courses together.

The length of the program is approximately two-and-a-half years, which is a total of five semesters and two summers worth of classes. There are no electives or choosing of which major classes to take because all classes are prescribed. The program has very low tuition rates; only $258 per credit hour taken.

The Masters of Arts in Religion consists of a total of 36 credit hours broken up into four main categories. First, the introduction course that includes using electronic resources and the use of Sakai. Next there are nine credit hours of Ministerial classes and fifteen hours of Biblical Studies. Finally, there are nine credit hours of Theology. After completion of these courses, students will have gained the appropriate knowledge necessary for their career path in Religion.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Master

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges

    Regionally Accredited, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

    School Overview

    Kentucky Christian University is a four-year private Christian school located in Grayson, Kentucky. The school was founded in 1919 as the Christian Normal Institute, which trained public school teachers. In 2004 the school became authorized as a university and changed its name to Kentucky Christian University. KCU designates itself as "The Great Commission University" due to its combination of biblical studies, liberal arts, and professional studies in curriculum.

    Kentucky Christian University offers bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees from eight schools:

    • Sack School of Bible and Ministry
    • School of Biological Sciences
    • School of Business
    • School of Distance and General Education
    • Keeran School of Education
    • School of Social Work and Human Services
    • Yancy School of Nursing
    • Graduate School



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