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17 Degrees from 5 Schools

Online Schools Offering Biblical Studies Degrees

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We feature 17 Biblical studies programs, available through 5 colleges. Student reviewers have given recommendation rates for these schools ranging from 0 to 91 percent, with the average school falling in at 58 percent. Student reviewers also gave an average career helpfulness rating of 58 percent to these colleges. Tuition costs range from $4,800 to $44,463 a year.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,384 Associate $16,205 Bachelor's $16,548 Master's $15,146 Doctorate $12,138
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $40,757 Master's $49,646 Doctorate $55,654

Biblical studies degrees can be earned at the bachelor's, master's, and certificate level. Bachelor's programs provide students with a thorough understanding of different aspects of the Bible, such as the Old Testament, New Testament, Gospels, and Revelation. Students learn how to interpret Biblical passages in a historical context. Other courses look at theological aspects of religion, practical aspects of ministry, and other Christian studies elements. Graduates can become religious teachers, Christian counselors, or church administrators. The master's degree in Biblical studies covers these concepts at an advanced level and can be used to become a chaplain, minister, or lay-minister. The certificate can be useful for current church leaders or anyone who needs a more in-depth understanding of the Bible.

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Find a Biblical Studies School
17 Degrees from 5 Schools

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