2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Aug 19, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Christian Ministries

Dr. Chris Morgan

Dr. Anthony Chute
Associate Dean

Ms. Maigen Turner
Administrative Secretary
Phone 951.343.4248
FAX 951.343.4436

Faculty Information

The School of Christian Ministries equips students for careers in churches and other ministry-related organizations. The School’s objective is to lead students to become biblically centered, theologically grounded, historically informed, philosophically conscious, ethically engaged, and practically equipped for the benefit of the church and the advancement of Christ’s Kingdom among the nations.

The School of Christian Ministries offers the Bachelor of Applied Theology (BAT) degree, an intensively practical program designed to equip a new generation of pastoral leaders. The Bachelor of Applied Theology degree is fully directed, combining rigorous biblical and theological study with practical ministry experience.

The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies is a core curriculum that gives students a broad understanding of the Bible, interpretative methodologies, Christian theology, Christian history, Baptist distinctives, Christian ministry, as well as directed fieldwork. Students will also select and complete a concentration from the following:

Apologetics Global Justice Theology
Biblical Languages Global Studies Youth Ministry
Christian Ministry Pastoral Leadership  

The Intercultural Studies major and Global Studies minor help students to think globally as they learn about cultures and people groups, for the purpose of developing passion for the nations and strategies for reaching the world with the gospel.

The Philosophy program is designed to teach students to recognize, analyze, and engage the central issues of human existence in a historical context, emphasizing the integration of faith in academic study and Christian living.