• • • Undergraduate Programs • • •

The Institute currently offers
two Undergraduate Programs


Bachelor of Biblical Studies

The Biblical Studies program prepares students to responsibly interpret God’s Word. Biblical literacy is an inextricable part of being a follower of Jesus. Our program leads students through nearly every book of the Bible. We believe that the most necessary part of understanding God’s word is doing what it says. Because of that great effort is placed on teaching students how to navigate a world that is in desperate need of God's revelation, living lives of obedience to it.

The Biblical Studies program is four-year, 124-credit undergraduate program. Students are permitted to declare a major during their third semester of study.

See Detailed Course Information here.

Bachelor of Community Development

Community Development is the field of study that investigates the desire of God to establish his rule on the earth.  This is done by the empowerment of people through education that produces the critical thinking skills necessary to implement societal transformation, which can bring about an equality of opportunity for all.

Students will learn to approach the study as a multi-disciplinary and cross-cultural exercise that includes theology, anthropology, history, geography, theories and methods of communication, comparative religion, and methodology as well as organizational management.

During a student’s fourth semester of study, he or she will choose a particular emphasis within the program that includes Social Work, Linguistics, Biointensive Farming, Sustainable Building, and Public Health.

The Community Development program is four-year, 124-credit undergraduate program. Students are permitted to declare a major during their third semester of study.

See Detailed Course Information here.

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