Courses in Lee University’s Division of Adult Learning are available online, in Lee’s Moodle platform, and onsite at Lee Education Centers.
Bachelor’s in Liberal Studies BA/BS
The purpose of the Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies is to provide a flexible liberal arts-based program of study for students to complete an undergraduate degree. Students will utilize previous college work, building upon that foundation, to create a personalized Christian liberal arts degree.
Bachelor’s in Bible and Theology: BA/BS
The purpose of this Bachelor’s degree in Bible & Theology is to give students a foundational understanding of biblical and theological knowledge. It is designed to deliver general, biblical, and theological fundamentals to those persons desiring to continue on in further theological study.
Bachelor’s in Christian Studies: BA/BS
The purpose of the Bachelor’s degree in Christian Studies is to provide students a broad foundation of biblical understanding and training for personal development and/or specific ministries. Students will be given the opportunity to study courses relevant to their specific interests in pre-determined Christian disciplines.
Bachelor’s in Ministry Leadership: BA/BS
The purpose of the Bachelor’s degree in Ministry Leadership is to prepare adult learners who desire involvement in church ministry. The focus will be to explore and develop leadership potential based on biblical principles in a variety of Christian ministry settings. Areas of emphasis include Church Administration, Counseling, Discipleship, Music and Worship, Pastoral Ministry, and Youth Ministry.
Music & Worship:
Bachelor’s in Christian Ministry (B.C.M.)
The purpose of the Bachelor’s degree in Christian Ministry is to deliver general, biblical, theological, and practical training to those persons currently active in or entering the Christian ministry. This program embraces the commitment to adequately prepare students for graduate study as well. Areas of emphasis include Bible and Theology, Christian Education, Counseling, and Pastoral Ministry.
Bible and Theology:
RN/BSN Completion Track
This track is housed within the Lee University School of Nursing and is designed for registered nurses who already have obtained a nursing diploma or associate degree and who are seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree that is presented from a Christian worldview. The courses in the track are offered via hybrid delivery; partially online and partially classroom.
The Mission of the School of Nursing is to prepare nurses who view professional practice through the lens of a caring, Christian worldview and who demonstrate transformational servant leadership that is intentional, bold, infused with Christ-centered confidence, and radically compassionate in caring for others in an increasingly diverse, global, complex and changing world.
Thank you so much for considering the RN/BSN Completion Track of the Lee University School of Nursing BSN Program. This program was developed to meet adult student flexibility needs for returning to school, but also to develop a curriculum that would stretch you and facilitate your personal and professional development as a Christian nurse. We care about course delivery that is convenient for the working registered nurse AND we care about providing an opportunity for you to truly engage in learning and holistically growing in your calling. Come join us….and see what exciting things develop.—Dr. Sara L. Campbell, Dean & Professor, Lee School of Nursing
The graduate of the RN/BSN nursing program will be able to:
Policies and Procedures for Admission, Transfer, and Progression
RN-to-BSN Completion Track
Master’s in Ministry Studies (MA)
The Master of Arts in Ministry Studies at Lee University provides a program of study that combines practical studies and practical ministry. The courses in this program are specifically designed to help the student understand the biblical and theological foundation of issues related to ministry in contemporary contexts, and then to move beyond theory to the implementation of practical skills for successful vocational ministry. The Master of Arts in Ministry Studies offers three tracks: leadership studies, worship studies, youth and family studies.
Upon the completion of the Master of Arts in Ministry Studies degree, an individual should possess the following qualities, abilities, and skills:
For adult learners seeking to strengthen skills in a particular discipline but not interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree, DAL offers certificate programs:
Federal Financial Aid is not available for those students enrolled in certificate-only programs.
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