BIBLICAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
The Biblical Certificate program will prove invaluable as students continue on in secular colleges, marriages, careers, missions, ministry opportunities, etc.. This is a one-year program covering 32 semester hours (or 480 clock hours) of Bible, theology, world view, and practical ministry, giving the student a solid Biblical foundation. The purpose is to equip students who plan to pursue a liberal arts education, a secular vocation, or a ministry opportunity to effectively defend, communicate, and live their faith as they interact with the world around them. At the end of the year the student may elect to enter a Degree program. Our curriculum is designed so that all 32 hours will count toward Degree programs.
ASSOCIATE OF BIBLICAL EDUCATION (A.B.E.)
The Associate of Biblical Education Program is designed for students who want to prepare for a more effective non-vocational ministry, prepare for additional study in a college or university, or serve as a Christian witness in the secular work place. After obtaining a solid foundation with 64 hours (or 960 clock hours) of Bible, theology, world view, and practical ministry, they can transfer to a college that will adequately prepare them for the secular vocation they wish to pursue. Those who elect to continue to a 4-year program may transfer all 64 hours to the Baccalaureate Program.
BACHELORS OF BIBLICAL EDUCATION (B.B.E.)
This is generally a four-year course, covering 130 semester hours (or 1950 clock hours) for the Bachelor of Biblical Education. It is composed of both Biblical and general education courses. It functions in essentially two roles. The first role is that of foundational education for a vocational ministry. The second role is that it serves as preparation for graduate-level seminary work. RMBC is committed to equipping students to be Great Commandment and Great Commission leaders. Because of these goals, loving God & our neighbor and making disciples, we emphasize Scripture, Scholarship, Spiritual Passion, Skills, and Service in our academic programs.