Undergraduate programs are available which recognize the following levels of achievement.
· ASSOCIATE DEGREE - 60 Semester Hours
· BACHELOR’S DEGREE - 120 Semester Hours*
* Each course successfully completed equals three credit hours.
ASSOCIATE AND BACHELOR DEGREES AVAILABLE
· Applied Theology
· Christian Counseling
· Christian Education,
· Leadership & Organization
All degrees earned without the general education component will be issued as:
· Bachelor of Biblical Studies
· Bachelor of Christian Counseling
· Bachelor of Christian Education
· Bachelor of Leadership & Organization
All degrees with the general education component will be issued as Bachelor of Religious Arts with noted concentrations. Example:
· Bachelor of Religious Arts (Applied Theology)
· Bachelor of Religious Arts (Christian Counseling)
· Bachelor of Religious Arts (Christian Education)
· Bachelor of Religious Arts (Leadership and Organization)
MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS
All Graduate and post-graduate degrees are issued by Logos Graduate School.
Masters Degree – 36 Semester Hours
*Three (3) semester hours equal one course of study
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAM
Master of Theological Studies
Minor Concentrations Include:
Leadership & Organization
DOCTORATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
All doctorate degree programs have a prerequisite of a Master’s degree and require either 36 or 60 credit hours beyond the Master’s degree. Students having earned a Master’s of Theology (M.Th.) or a Master’s of Divinity (M.Div.) may enroll in a 36-hour degree program. All other Master’s degree programs require 60 semester hours beyond the Master’s degree to qualify for a doctorate degree
Under the Institute Program SCCM has designed courses that are practical and relevant to the needs of the local church without sacrificing solid Biblical teaching. They are directed toward persons who are called by God to serve Him more effectively in the local church in a lay capacity or for preparation for part-time or full-time ministry. Institute courses provide a wide-range of topics to strengthen the local church, including, church ministry skills, leadership skills, and outreach skills. The Institute Program is a certificate program.
Each course offered by St. Clair College of Ministry (SCCM) equals three semester hours. There must be 10 hours of class instruction to complete a course. Saturday seminars and mentored independent studies are offered as accelerated and intense programs whereby students may acquire credits faster, thus obtaining a degree more rapidly.
Previously earned credits of study, workshops, conferences, and church related positions and activities (past or present) will be accepted in consideration for earned credits of study. A completed profile of official transcripts, certificates, diplomas, and/or ministerial resume must be submitted to the SCCM Dean for consideration. LEN is the determiner of the number of credits that will be granted.
Modeled as a full-time, intensive school of ministry, this program help to train and prepare college age students and young adults in strong academics and practical issues of Christian life. Interns fully experience the realities of working at a church full-time by participating in staff meetings and retreats, and have high access to staff for training and mentoring. Upon completion of the two-year program, graduates will have a substantial academic and spiritual foundation, and will have contributed significantly to the day-to-day operations and growth of their local church.