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Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science degree is composed of a Core Curriculum (37 hours), a major (45 hours), and vocational electives or business minor (45 hours; see below for details) for a total of 127 hours.

Majors & Minors

The Bachelor of Science

  • BS in Biblical Studies

    Equips students to translate and exegete Hebrew and Greek texts and to understand them within the broader scope of Christian thought

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  • BS in Christian Ethics

    Ideal for those seeking vocational training through the BS program and for those seeking additional theological training at the seminary level.

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  • BS in Christian Worldview and Apologetics

    Prepares the student to face the major issues and problems in philosophy and apologetics.

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  • BS in Global Studies

    Introduces students to the variety and complexity of cultures around the world.

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  • BS in Pastoral Ministry

    Equips students with the knowledge and skills central to the work of pastors through classes in pastoral ministry, discipleship, counseling, and Bible exposition.

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  • BS in Student Ministry

    Designed to train student ministers with the goal of developing mature disciples of Christ.

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  • Minors

    Minors

  • Vocational Electives

    Students have the option of transferring in an A.A./A.S., dual-enrolling in a vocational program at another institution.

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  • Business Minor

    The minor in business introduces students to the basic areas of business and the strategies for sound business practices.

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  • BS Majors

    BS Majors

OTHER DEGREE OPTIONS

TEACHER EDUCATION

The College at Southeastern has developed a unique partnership with Liberty University to create a pathway for our graduates to pursue a Master of arts in Teaching.


HUNT SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Students who have a calling to pastoral ministry in a local church can complete a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Divinity in five years through the Hunt Scholars program. Students in this program must have a passion for learning and maintain a 3.25 GPA or higher. Hunt Scholars also have the opportunity to complete coursework under the leadership of a local church pastor, complete mission hours both nationally and internationally and experience ministry first hand.


ASSOCIATE'S DEGREES

The College at Southeastern offers two types of Associate Degrees—the Associate of Divinity (A.Div.) and the Associate of Arts (A.A.). The A.Div. is specially designed with pastors in mind, to help equip you with the tools you need to minister through preaching, teaching, counseling and administration in the local church. The A.A. degrees provide students with the foundation they need for lay leadership in the local church and for further theological study at the undergraduate level.


MASTER OF ARTS IN INTERCULTURAL STUDIES

The College at Southeastern offers the Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (MAIS), a program designed to prepare students for effective service in a cross-cultural setting, especially designed for those with experience in cross-cultural settings