Young adults (age 29 and under) and traditional college students are the primary demographic for the BSC. Older community members may be permitted to enroll in BSC classes on a case by case basis. Pastors and ministers are encouraged to enrich their education through the BSC academic program as well. An admissions process including an application and interview will take place to ensure that all students are academically qualified and will contribute to a productive class environment. Please contact our office: email@example.com 208.342.2182
Tuition & Scholarships:
Our current tuition rates are $50/credit hour. Students who are under the age of 29 may be eligible to receive a partial scholarship. Please contact our office for a scholarship interview. 208-342-2182
Bible Certificate Program & Accreditation:
By completing a minimum of 18 credits through The Biblical Studies Center, students may receive a certificate that is equivalent to a minor in Bible. The Biblical Studies Center is an outreach post of Oklahoma Christian University (OCU). Our certificate program is accredited through OCU.
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Spring 2019 courses begin on January 14.
Spring 2019 Courses:
Science and Religion | 3143
Tuesday 6:00p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Tim Gordon, DMin
This course is designed for people who are interested in exploring the relationship between science and religion (Christianity). It will also examine the historical debate between the science and religion disciplines. Christians and Non-Christians alike will be challenged to critically examine their scientific paradigms within the context of theistic creation models. This course is not designed to answer all the hard questions, but it is designed to assist students in constructing a framework of how science and religion complement one another.
Personal Evangelism | 2512
Wednesday 10:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Jon Strain, MDiv
Gospel means "good news", but can you clearly state it and explain it in a winsome way? This course is designed to help the student learn the basics of understanding and communicating the gospel with concern, confidence and clarity. Rather than a college campus approach, emphasis will cover real-world situations like sharing with family members, co-workers, and in both professional and recreational settings.
Hebrews | 3712
Thursday 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Bill Pubols, DMin; Kelly Poirier. M.Ed
The book of Hebrews is "a unique piece of early Christian writing", not easily categorized, but it offers a wealth of deep theology, gospel clarity and life-changing ethics. Learn how Christ is our High Priest, the law is fulfilled only through Him, and the New Covenant is superior to the Old Covenant - and calls for a serious commitment with "no turning back". You're view of salvation will be challenged, bolstered, and changed for good!
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA):
Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), Titles I and II of the ADA of 1990, and Sections 503 & 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 The Biblical Studies Center will not discriminate against any employee, applicant for employment, or student, because of a physical or mental impairment with regard to any position or program for which that person is qualified. We will work to ensure that students who may need special accommodations in the learning process will receive appropriate consideration from individual faculty, instructors and staff. Please contact our office at 208.342.2182.