Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Religious Education

Tuition Ranked Top Ten Most Affordable

129 Credit Hours – 4 Years (avg.)

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Education, the graduate should be able to:

  1. Develop the core competencies of a Christian Educator
  2. Define the history and relevancy of Christian Education as a discipline;
  3. Construct strategies and techniques suitable for Christian Education;
  4. Apply teaching experiences, learning methods, paradigms, and practical teaching experience to a classroom context; and
  5. Design a teaching style and philosophy that reflects an integration of Education and Christian faith.

Potential Career Options with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Religious Education

    • Christian School Administrator
    • Church Educational Minister
    • Missionary
    • Private School Teacher
    • Tutor

Benefits of the Online Bachelors of Arts Degree in Religious Education

By earning your bachelor’s degree online from an accredited, nonprofit institution, you can be confident your degree will be well respected within your field. Tuition for all undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs is ranked Top Ten 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. The Religious Education track is designed for the student who desires the benefit of a Bible education and who desires certification to teach in the Christian School or in the public school. Please note, this degree is designed for students who are interested in both ACSI and DOE certification.*

*Please note: Check with your state’s board of education for their specific teaching licensure requirements.

*We are not accepting new students into this degree program.

Through the B.A. degree in Religious Education, you will study:

    • Teaching Methods
    • Educational Administration
    • Teaching Science to Children
    • Teaching Fine Arts to Children
    • Foundations in Reading
    • Corrective Reading Strategies
    • Teaching Math to Children
    • Language Arts for Children
    • Children’s Literature
    • Child’s Health Education
    • Educational Technology
    • Classroom Management
    • Child Development
    • Educational Psychology
    • Exceptional Children

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