A Message from the Dean of Academic Affairs
We are excited that you are interested in Union Bible College. Whether you are looking to UBC as a possible training center to prepare you for the work that the Lord has for you or just looking for information, we are glad you stopped by our website. UBC has been training Christian workers since 1911, with a special emphasis on the Bible. All of our graduates receive a double major: one in Biblical Studies and one in their chosen field. The Bible is the foundation for knowledge in all fields, and thus it is involved in each of our degrees.
CHRISTIAN GENERAL STUDIES
In an effort to reach the college-age students who have yet to settle on a degree or calling and to reach out to the adult learners who are unable to attend traditional college, Union Bible College has begun certificate programs to assist in learning enhancement. Union Bible College offers four certificate
The Biblical Formation Program is offered by Union Bible College for developing competent leaders in Bible knowledge. The courses may be taken through on- campus classes, Online, 8-week intensives or one-week intensives. The program will consist of eight college level courses.
The Heritage Formation Program is to help those students who come to Union Bible College just for Bible, theology, and practical classes. A good number of students come with a desire to know more about the Bible, doctrine, and practical ministry within their local churches. Some want a solid basis in preparation for their studies in a secular college with professors who are not friends of our beliefs or the Bible. The Heritage Formation Program is a program for those students. Upon completion of this program of study, the student will receive a Heritage Formation Certificate and may attend the graduation ceremony. The Heritage Formation Program shall consist of these core classes with three electives of the students choosing:
The Laity Enrichment And Development (LEAD) Program is a program offered by Union Bible
College in conjunction with a local church for the purpose of enriching and developing competent lay leaders. The program consists of five college level courses.