Ozark Christian College was established in 1938 as Ozark Bible College. The school was originally located in St. Joe, Arkansas, and moved to Harrison in 1939, and then to Bentonville in 1940. In 1944, Ozark Bible College moved for the final time to Joplin, Missouri. Then in 1985, Midwest Christian College of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, consolidated with Ozark Bible College under the name of Ozark Christian College. Throughout its history, Ozark Christian College has been committed to training men and women for Christian service by teaching the Word of Christ in the Spirit of Christ. Ozark Christian College is classified as a four-year, private, not-for-profit institution.
Students can choose between a variety of bachelor’s degree programs, associates degree programs, and certificate programs. Ozark Christian College offers select courses that can be completed through its distance learning program, as well as a bachelor's degree in biblical studies.
Association for Biblical Higher Education, Commission on Accreditation
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