Students enrolled in the Bachelor’s degree program (campus or distance learning) must complete four 1-hour Field Education units and four 1-hour missions practicums. These courses provide students with supervised experience in a specific field of ministry (at least 30 hours), combined with academic resources and personal reflection.
Associate’s degree and transfer students should see the Vice President/Dean of Academic Affairs or the Director of Christian Service for requirements tailored to their specific situations.
Possible ministries include but are not limited to Bible class teaching, youth ministry, preaching, creating teaching materials, Bible correspondence teaching, internet teaching (including social media; e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.), visitation, evangelism, jail/prison ministry, meals on wheels, hospital/nursing home ministry, and hospice chaplaincy.