Bachelor of Ministry

Prerequisite: An Associate’s Degree or at least 60 semester hours of college credits

The Bachelor of Ministry is the final two years of the student’s undergraduate study. Students may receive advanced standing in the program through transfer credits, and in instances where the student is well-qualified, through life time credits.

The B.Min. program consists of training in key Bible books, key doctrines, and foundational ministry preparation courses. Students will receive instruction from professors such as Dr. Jimmy Hayes, president of ATS, and Dr. James Gibson, a perennial favorite professor at ATS for many, many years. Most courses will involve traditional final exams.

The Bachelor of Ministry program is an advance-at-your-own-pace program. Most students will complete the program in less than two years.

Bachelor Degree Requirements

BSOT3000 Old Testament Survey James Gibson
OTBB4414 I Samuel Jimmy Hayes
OTBB4415 II Samuel Jimmy Hayes
OTBB4426 Ecclesiastes Jimmy Hayes
BSNT3000 New Testament Survey Edgar Simpson
NTBB3406 Survey of Mark James Gibson
NTBB3407 Survey of Luke James Gibson
NTBB3508 Advanced James Jimmy Hayes
NTBB4869 1John—Jude Jimmy Hayes
MNPM4000 Personal Evangelism Randy Edwards
MNPM3100 Introduction to Hermeneuticsꝉ Book Course / Advisor
MNPM3120 Introduction to Homileticsꝉ Book Course / Advisor
MNPM4075 Introduction to Youth Ministry Michael Reynolds
MNPM4900 Bi-vocational Pastor Larry Hendrickson
CCPM3001 Counseling Theories Christian Counselor Advisor
CCPM3002 Spiritual Counseling Christian Counselor Advisor
THEO4000 Systematic Theology James Gibson
THEO4950 Eschatology Randy Edwards
THEO4775 Baptist Worship Daniel Moore
BSHS3500 Life of Christ James Gibson

Tuition fees:


Payment Plan A:
$200.00 down and $50.00 per month for a total of $1,500.00

Payment Plan B
Discounted Advance Payment Cost - $1,000.00 with no Additional tuition payments ($500 savings)

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Entrance Requirements
Any student seeking to enroll into the B.Min. program must have completed an approved Associate’s program OR at least 60 hours of semester credits. Complete the free online evaluation for more information.


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