Bethel Christian University Concepts

The University concept of Theological Education is a response to the often heard comment, “my college and seminary training was not practical for the real world. It just didn’t prepare me for the ministry”. This impractical approach to education is usually the result of course and programs which are designed and implemented by individuals who do not have ministerial experience and training. This is the “Ivory Towers” approach to education. To make education practical for the real world, Bethel Christian University offers courses of study and degree programs created by individuals who are recognized as experienced experts in their respective areas of knowledge.

The Off Campus Faculty

The Bethel Christian University off campus Education Faculty is a network of academically qualified and experienced men and women across the globe. These individuals have earned graduate level and post graduate degrees at other institutions. Each one has a God given desire to help you accomplish your theological education and apply your Training in your ministry. You will have an advisor in each subject who will help you to maximize your education.

Distance Learning Programs

We have made provisions for those who have the call of God but at present unable to attend full-time or part-time courses.

Our proven concept of practical College training is channeled through a variety of subjects, and degree programs. These are implemented by a qualified and experience extension faculty, which will be involved with you in every course of study. The final result is a degree program which is a genuine learning experience and immediately applicable to your specific ministry. Because you study at your own pace, you can begin at any time for extension, and correspondence courses. Why not decide today to add a new dimension to your life and ministry.


​The Academic Dean and his associates are always ready and available to counsel any student concerning selection of his or her major. All students must pass all the related/compulsory subjects to earn him or her a major in his or her faculty.


Candidates must be in the field of religion. They must be contributors in one way or another to the fields of Ministry, Theology, Teaching, Writing, Counseling or related interests. Candidates must have been active in their respective fields for a period of one year. Candidates must meet the same requirements to enter the University.

For individuals with specific ministry requirements, the University offers a variety of specializations, which may be taken as either a minor or major concentration in a degree program.