"Training Gods Servents"

• Degrees Through Correspondence
• Credit For Life Experience
• Study at Your Own Pace
• Low Tuition


 

Bachelor's Degree

 

 

The Bachelor's Degree is offered to those who complete one hundred twenty hours of credit. If the Associate's Degree has been earned, only sixty hours of credit are required. You may choose to enroll in either the Bachelor of Biblical Studies program (B.B.S.) or the Bachelor of Ministry program (B.Min.) or the Bachelor of Theology program (TH.B.) or the Bachelor of Christian Education (B.C.E.)

 

 

Bachelor of Biblical Studies 120 Hours

 

Prerequisite: High School Diploma or Equivalent

 

BBS201 Survey of the Old Testament (I and II)

BBS202 Survey of the New Testament (I and II)

BBS203 Science and the Bible

BBS204 Hermeneutics (I and II)

BBS205 Major Bible Prophecies (I and II)

BBS206 Biblical Inspiration (I and II)

BBS207 Apologetics (I and II)

BBS208 Calvinism—Predestined

BBS209 Cult Beliefs (I and II)

BBS210 I Corinthians (I and II)

BBS211 The Great Doctrines of the Bible (I and II)

BBS212 Dispensationalism (I and II)

BBS213 Genesis (I and II)

BBS214 Acts: Filled with the Spirit (I and II)

BBS215 Soteriology I (Salvation)

BBS216 Soteriology II (Salvation)

 

Plus Electives. Courses taken may be substituted with electives.

Some courses may be added, changed, or deleted without notice.

 

   

Bachelor of Ministry 120 Hours

 

Prerequisite: High School Diploma or Equivalent

 

BM201 Survey of the Old Testament (I and II)

BM202 Survey of the New Testament (I and II)

BM203 Science and the Bible

BM204 Hermeneutics (I and II)

BM205 Major Bible Prophecies (I and II)

BM206 Biblical Inspiration (I and II)

BM207 Apologetics (I and II)

BM208 Calvinism—Predestined

BM209 Cult Beliefs (I and II)

BM210 The Pastoral Epistles (I and II)

BM211 Homiletics (I and II)

BM212 Church History in Plain Language (I and II)

BM213 Genesis (I and II)

BM214 Acts: Filled with the Spirit (I and II)

BM215 Soteriology I (Salvation)

BM216 Soteriology II (Salvation)

BM217 The Coming Kingdom of Christ 

 

Plus Electives. Courses taken may be substituted with electives. 

Some courses may be added, changed, or deleted without notice.

 

 

Bachelor of Theology 120 Hours

 

Prerequisite: High School Diploma or Equivalent

 

BT201 Survey of the Old Testament (I and II)

BT202 Survey of the New Testament (I and II)

BT203 Science and the Bible

BT204 Hermeneutics (I and II)

BT205 Major Bible Prophecies (I and II)

BT206 Biblical Inspiration (I and II)

BT207 Apologetics (I and II)

BT208 Calvinism—Predestined

BT209 Cult Beliefs (I and II)

BT210 The Great Doctrines of the Bible (I and II)

BT211 First & Second Thessalonians (I and II)

BT212 Angels Elect & Evil (I and II)

BT213 Genesis (I and II)

BT214 Acts: Filled with the Spirit (I and II)

BT215 Soteriology I (Salvation)

BT216 Soteriology II (Salvation)

 

Plus Electives. Courses taken may be substituted with electives.

Some courses may be added, changed, or deleted without notice.

 

 

Bachelor of Christian Education 120 Hours

 

Prerequisite: High School Diploma or Equivalent

 

BCE201 Survey of the Old Testament (I and II)

BCE202 Survey of the New Testament (I and II)

BCE203 Science and the Bible

BCE204 Introducing Christian Education (I and II)

BCE205 Major Bible Prophecies (I and II)

BCE206 Biblical Inspiration (I and II)

BCE207 Apologetics (I and II)

BCE208 Calvinism—Predestined

BCE209 How to Study the Bible

BCE210 Public Education Against America (I and II)

BCE211 Creative Bible Teaching (I and II)

BCE212 Church History in Plain Language (I and II)

BCE213 Genesis (I and II)

BCE214 Acts: Filled with the Spirit (I and II)

BCE215 Soteriology I (Salvation)

BCE216 Soteriology II (Salvation)

BCE217 Seven Laws of Teaching

Plus Electives. Courses taken may be substituted with electives. 
Some courses may be added, changed, or deleted without notice.

 

 

 

 

Life Experience Credit for Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees

 

 

We at LBCS are on the ground floor of a widespread trend in American education, which is being utilized in many outstanding campuses in both secular and Christian schools. Learning institutions are now offering their students credit for their life's experiences. We appreciate that many of our students have invested much of their lives serving the Lord, and we want to reward them for their efforts. Accordingly, upon request, students may be granted up to forty percent of credit hours toward their degrees. We evaluate each request for credit hours upon receipt of application.