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Benefits of Studying Ministry at KCU
- Bible and Ministry faculty possess more than 150 accumulated years of ministry experience.
- More than 80% of Bible and Ministry faculty hold a doctorate degree in their field providing direct access to expertise and quality teaching.
- Bible and Ministry curricula are academically rigorous and designed to equip students for the practice of ministry as well as the development of personal spiritual discipline.
- Bible and Ministry classes serve as invitations to enter into deep intellectual and spiritual relationships with great thinkers and effective minister practitioners.
- Faculty care deeply about each student and are passionate about the subjects they teach.
Great Opportunities for Service
- KCU's Youth and Family Ministry Program is the largest of its kind among colleges sponsored by the Christian Church/ Churches of Christ.
- Youth and Children Ministers are in great demand and have numerous opportunities for service.
- KCU trained Music Ministers are highly sought after and have experienced long successful tenures in their service to the local church.
Additional Program Benefits
- Students in the Church Music Program have the opportunity to sing in KCU's highly regarded Concert Choir, which has performed in Carnegie Hall five times and produced 12 recordings.
In addition, KCU's choir has the distinction of being the only Christian group to be invited by the Cuban government to perform in public since 1959.
- All Bible and Ministry programs integrate classroom instruction with unique and interactive internships in churches and para-church organizations throughout the world.
- Bible and Ministry classes are taught in state-of-the-art classroom facilities.
- Bible and Ministry academic programs are supported by KCU's Young Library, which maintains nearly 100,000 volumes, subscribes to more than 450 periodicals, and provides access to more than 4,000 journals and 37,000 books in electronic format.
Join the more than 2,700 KCU alumni who are effectively serving as Christ's ambassadors throughout the world. For more information about these exciting opportunities, please contact the University's Enrollment Office by telephone at 1-800-522-3181 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.