Aspiring doctors pursue medical school. Aspiring lawyers attend law school. Students who desire to know and live God's Word, as pastors, missionaries or in non–vocational ministry careers, are equipped for a life of service at Appalachian Bible College.
Bachelor of Arts
ABC students combine a sound Bible & Theology focus with a second ministry major, preparing you for full-time vocational
ministry or a non-vocational ministry career.
Master of Arts: Ministry
A 36-hour professional program serving pastors, missionaries, Christian leaders and evangelists with a minimum of 30 hours of undergraduate
Bible & Theology credits.
Associate of Arts Degree
A 62-hour program that provides a solid biblical
foundation, a grounding in general education, and basic ministry skills.
A 30-hour program for students undecided about a vocational choice, spouses preparing for a supportive role in ministry, and anyone seeking
to enhance their knowledge of spiritual truth.
Build a foundation for life and ministry through enriching, professor-led online classes that combine video enhanced
instruction, text-based study and live sessions that allow students to interact with an instructor and other students.
Graduation rates of full-time, first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates within 150% of normal time to program completion, by gender and race/ethnicity and transfer out-rate: 2007 cohort
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First to second year retention rates of first-time bachelor's degree-seeking undergraduates: Fall 2013 - 60%