As a matter of NBBIC policy and procedure, students are responsible for the management of their academic careers. They are expected to familiarize themselves with the undergraduate catalog and to keep informed of all published degree requirements and deadline dates. Failure to do so does not provide a basis for exceptions to academic requirements or policies. It is expected students will receive assistance from academic and faculty advisors, but students must assume responsibility for completing published degree requirements. Students are responsible for their own course registration.
Choose 26 courses and students must also pass all additional 14 track courses as well, all courses must be taken at Level 3.
Choose 13 courses and students must also pass the additional.
These students coordinate and direct many areas of ministry work. This curriculum has a strong bible base and has clear understanding of the church pulpit leadership. Armed in this way they are able to administrate in regard to sacred services (funerals, weddings, ordinations etc.), operational procedures, planning structures, working relationship with other church leaders. Examples: Educational Director, Ministry Coordinators, Finical Coordinators, Congregational Legal Coordinators, Trusties. Note: Ministerial Practicum optional with every course.
Choose 13 courses from below and all courses must be taken at Level 2
Every student is expected to register for all courses and pay required fees in a timely manner. First time student may not register for course above the grade Bible Study Program (Level II). (The exception to this is recognized ministers.)