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Belmont University's Ministry Program is designed to meet the needs of working adults currently involved in ministry work or career changers looking to begin a new career in ministry. 

Whether you currently serve in your church in a pastoral or educational role or are an active lay member eager to do more, Belmont's Ministry Program may be the next stop on your path.

The program combines traditional courses in religion such as theology and church history with innovative classes in practical ministry, equipping you with the knowledge and hands-on experience needed for ministry work in today's world.

The program's flexibility allows you to design a curriculum to meet your personal and professional goals.

Ministry graduates are employed in a variety of settings, including churches, social service agencies, educational institutions and corporations concerned with ethical issues. Click here to read how a Belmont Bachelor's Degree in Ministry benefitted local minister Braina Corke.

The Bachelor's Degree in Ministry also provides a strong foundation for graduate-level coursework. Click here to read how Dale Stinson is using his Bachelor's Degree in Ministry as a starting point for a new career.

Click on the Ministry Curriculum to review the degree requirements.

Getting started is easy!

  1. Request information about the Ministry program
  2. Click here to request a free transcript evaluation
  3. Determine your entry time and complete the Application Process
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Ask Our Ministry Program Coordinator A Question

Martha Minardi, 615.460.6977
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