Bachelor of Biblical Studies (B.B.S.)
Bachelor of Christian Counseling (B.C.C.)
Bachelor of Christian Education (B.C.Ed.)
Bachelor of Church Administration (B.C.A.)
Bachelor of Evangelism (B.Evan.)
Bachelor of Ministry (B.Min.)
Bachelor of Pastoral Counseling (B.P.C.)
Bachelor of Religion
Bachelor of Theology (Th.B.)
Associate of Biblical Studies (A.B.S.)
Associate of Ministry (A.Min.)
Associate of Pastoral Counseling (A.P.C.)
Associate of Theology Studies (A.T.S.)
Master of Apologetics (M.Apol.)
Master of Biblical Studies (M.B.S.)
Master of Christian Counseling (M.C.C.)
Master of Christian Education (M.C.Ed.)
Master of Church Administration (M.C.A.)
Master of Divinity (M.Div.)
Master of Ministry (M.Min.)
Master of Pastoral Counseling (M.P.C.)
Master of Religion (M.Rel.)
Master of Theology (Th.M.)
Doctor of Biblical Studies (D.B.S.)
Doctor of Christian Counseling (D.C.C.)
Doctor of Christian Education (D.C.Ed.)
Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)
Doctor of Theology (Th.D.)
|Preparing to REACH the Nations and EVANGELIZE the World
The study of the tenants of the defense and proofs of the Christian faith from a practical perspective.
Other areas examined are the authority of the Scriptures, the existence of God, miracles, the
incarnation, and the various philosophy and methodology in the Scriptures.
Examines the major Scriptural themes and the main topics of the Sacred Scriptures. Also examined
are the various doctrines of the Word of God; that which is devoted to the fundamental beliefs of the
Examines the use of Christian and Biblical truths in counseling. The goals and techniques used to
reach those goals are examined, as well as the differences between secular and Christian counseling.
Examines the theory and practice of providing educational services to members of the Christian
community. Emphasis is placed on training in the teachings of Jesus Christ and the development of
Examination of philosophies from a Christian perspective. The works of various Christian
philosophers are examined, both secular and Christian, along with the different views of reality,
death, right and wrong, the concept of God, and the existence of God, among others.
Examines the various ways that a church, ministry, or other nonprofit organization keeps and
maintains its records. It examines how to determine which programs are best for an organization and
how to develop new programs. Also examined are the legal aspects that are faced by all nonprofit
Study of the one and only Deity. It examines the supreme, infinite, and eternal qualities of the
Almighty; pertaining to the Divine Godhead, the Holy Trinity. Also examined is that which is inspired
The work of the Lord and the service of God. Also covered is the training in the performance, duties,
and responsibilities that come with being a member of the clergy.
The pastor, or other member of the clergy, in the role of counselor. Examined are the various Biblical
truths, and how they relate to counseling today.
Examines the various writings of and about Christianity and the religions of the world, both past and
present. These writings come from both religious and secular sources, giving a complete look at all of
the writings on religion.
Theology is the study of God and the expanding of Christology; the relationship between God and
man. Also examined is the cultivation of the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity.
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needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.
2 Timothy 2:15 (KJV)
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If you would like to use a degree provided by the ICW Bible College & Seminary at another education
institution, or for licensing or credentialing, or for advancement at your place of employment, we
recommend that you contact that school, organization, agency, entity, etc., to confirm if a degree
from the ICW Bible College and Seminary is acceptable. This should be done before enrolling in any
CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA PROGRAMS
There is no prior academic requirement for entry into a Diploma Program except for a willingness to
learn and the ability to read and write.
ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
For admission into the Associates program, a candidate is required to have a high school diploma, a
GED, or equivalent, or at the discretion of OFMBI and ICW.
BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS
To enroll in the Bachelors degree program, an Associates degree, the completion of sixty (60) credits,
or its equivalent is required.
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS
Entrance into the Masters degree program requires a Bachelors degree, the completion of 120 credits,
or its equivalent.
DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS
For admission into the Doctoral degree program, a candidate must have a Masters degree, the
completion of 30 graduate level credits, or its equivalent.
Two copies of each senior paper, thesis, and / or dissertation will be required from the student. All
subjects must be pre-approved. One copy is the property of the school, and the other copy is the
property of the student and to be returned after grading. All copyrights remain the sole property of
the student. OFMBI will request permission from the student to utilize, or publish, in any way a
particular piece of work, if needed.
Senior Paper- at least 5,000 words in length (app. 25 pages).
Master's Thesis- at least 10,000 words in length (app. 40-60 pages).
Doctoral Dissertation- at least 20,000 words in length (app. 80-100 pages).