Academics

 

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Bachelor Degrees:
Behavioral Ministry
Christian Ministry
Global Missions
Next Generation Ministry
     Children’s Ministry
     Student Ministry
Preaching Ministry
Professional Ministry
Urban Ministry
Worship Arts

Associate Degrees:
General Studies
Intercultural & Urban Missions
Preaching Ministry
Worship Arts

Online & Evening

Online
Bachelor Degree:
Christian Ministry
Christian Ministry (DC)

Associate Degree:
Ministry Studies

Evening
Bachelor Degree:
Christian Ministry
Christian Ministry (DC)

Associate Degree:
Biblical Studies

Partnership with HIU

Bachelor Degrees:
Business Administration
Business Administration (Sports Business Management)

Criminal Justice

Human Development
(Addiction Studies)
(Community Mental Health & Counseling)
(Family Studies)

Liberal Studies: Teacher’s Preparation
(Early Childhood Education)
(Elementary Education)
(Secondary Education)
(Secondary Education, English)
(Secondary Ed, Social Science)

Certificates & CEUs

Certificates For Credit:

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TESOL

Evening
Ministry Leadership
New Testament
Old Testament

Continuing Education Units (not for credit):

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Cert of Bible & Ministry

Evening
Bible Knowledge
Christian Leaders

“St. Louis Christian College has helped me deepen my knowledge of the Bible and continues to push me to grow in my own spiritual journey.”

Sarah Sanders

St. Louis Christian College pursues excellence in the Word and develops servant leaders for urban, suburban, rural, and global ministry.

 

Career Networking

At St. Louis Christian College we are proactive about helping our students meet church leaders, business leaders and alumni who serve the Lord Jesus in various capacities. Through our Connect initiative, we introduce our students to leaders in a third of their courses by providing face-to-face encounters with guest lecturers. This enables students to make connections that may last a lifetime!

We all know that finding a job can sometimes boil down to who you know. Connect kick-starts the process by helping students accelerate the networking process. By building connections in college, students are given the opportunity to interact with experienced professionals in their field of study, and perhaps even future co-workers and employers. It also assists students when considering potential mentors and internship locations. Ultimately, Connect helps a student position him/herself for the next phase of life after college.