Associate of Arts (A.A.) in Ministry and Leadership
Tuition Ranked Top 10 Most Affordable
60 Credit Hours – Accredited
100% Online or On-Campus
SFBC’s Associate’s degree in Ministry and Leadership is designed to help you uncover how God has gifted you to lead in your local church and community. Through this degree, you will enhance your leadership and administrative skills and explore foundational topics in religious studies so you can gain an understanding of the Biblical principles you need to pursue ministry as a profession.
With a degree in Ministry and Leadership, you will gain a strong theological foundation on which you can develop and build your leadership and management philosophy. You will also study the most effective ways to set goals, create collaboration between members of a church staff, develop strategies, and manage the priorities and needs of your organization. Ultimately, you will be better prepared to serve as a pastor, administrator, program director, or Christian leader.
Potential Career Options with a Degree in Ministry and Leadership
- Church Administrator
- Church and Parachurch Ministry
- Sunday School Coordinator
- Missions Mobilizer
- Christian Camp Director
Program Benefits of the Associate of Arts Degree in Ministry and Leadership
By earning your online Associate’s degree in Ministry and Leadership from a nonprofit institution whose online programs ranked in the top ten of more than 2,100 online colleges and universities for academic quality, affordability, and accessibility, you will be set apart from others in your field.
Tuition for all undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs is ranked Top 10 in the country, with no out of state tuition.
While many other online colleges have raised tuition, SFBC has been able to keep costs low as a nonprofit institution.
You can complete our online Associate’s degree in Ministry and Leadership in as little as 1.5 years.
What Will You Learn in Our A.A. in Ministry and Leadership Degree?
- Spiritual Formation
- Introduction to World Missions
- Ministerial Ethics
- Introduction to Evangelism
- Church History