Become more involved in your church and the global missions field with our online Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Missions. Students will be equipped with a strong theological education, combined with practical ministry leadership skills that can be utilized in numerous leadership positions.
Those who earn a BS in Leadership and Missions are prepared to serve students and adults, lead missions teams locally and globally, and advance the kingdom of God throughout the world.
This program requires 120 credit hours of study. It includes CHS 379, a course that prepares students to lead missions teams. Depending on the number of credits transferred to CU, the degree program can be completed in as little as two years.
Leadership and Missions Area (54 credit hours)
Theology Core (18 credit hours)
CHS 221 – Art of Reading the Bible
CHS 230 – Spiritual Formation
CHS 312/CHS 323 – Upper Level Old or New Testament
CHS 365 – Christian Studies Internship
CHS 432 – Christian Theology
CHS 471 – Church History
Leadership(15 credit hours)
CHS 251 – Ministry of Christian Leadership
CHS 352 – Pastoral Ministries
CHS 353 – Ministry of Proclamation
CHS 355 – Introduction to Pastoral Care & Counseling
CHS 361 – Introduction to Educational Ministry
Missions (15 credit hours)
CHS 234 – World Religions
CHS 276 – History of Christian Missions
CHS 354 – Introduction to Christian Evangelism
CHS 376 – Introduction to Missiology
CHS 379 – Missions Mobilization & Preparation
Biblical Studies (3 credit hours)
CHS 312 – Studies in the Prophets
CHS 323 – Studies in the Gospels
Theological (3 credit hours)
CHS 371 – Baptist Heritage
PHI 241 – Philosophy
Course details are based on information available at the time of publication. Specific program requirements are subject to change.
With a degree in pastoral ministry, students will be prepared to answer the call to ministry. Graduates of this program have entered service in a number of ways, including:
- Missions Leader
- Youth Pastor
- Education Minister
- Church Administrator
- Music Leader
How to Apply
The Campbellsville application program is simple and straightforward. Follow these steps to begin your journey:
- Submit a complete application for admission form.
- Arrange for the office of admissions to receive an official transcript (containing a complete record of all courses attempted) from each college or university previously and currently attended.
- If transferring less than 24 credit hours, arrange for the office of admissions to receive an official and final high school transcript and an official ACT or SAT score report.
Follow your call to ministry with the pastoral ministry program from Campbellsville University Online. Request more information today.