Upgrade your ministry... and your calling
Our Master of Ministry Leadership program provides professional ministry development – and not just for the church. When you choose to study at CCV, you’ll receive foundational and formative preparation for a broad range of leadership careers.
What is Servant Leadership?
Servanthood and leadership are inextricably linked. The better you serve, the more God raises you up to leadership. Perhaps you feel called to lead a church, or a group of people in the study of God’s word, or a nonprofit organization in your community. With a practical foundation gained through this degree, you can apply what you learn and use your experience to serve your ministry and follow your leadership calling.
With this degree you will:
- Prepare for or enhance for a career in ministry leadership in a variety of settings.
- Choose from seven concentrations, including leadership, to focus your studies in your area of interest.
- Further develop your calling and discover ways that you can use your spiritual gifts in ministry leadership.
You have questions... we have answers!
The final price depends on the total credits you need, but if you complete this degree in 10 courses, the total cost will be around $6,000. This is significantly more affordable than most colleges. Payment plans are available.
Again, the final answer depends on the number of courses you need to take and how often you take them. But with classes beginning every 8 weeks, you can complete this degree in less than 2 years.
Yes, absolutely! You may also take them in the classroom, or both.
The BRS degree is a maximum transfer and minimum requirement degree. So while you may need 10 courses, we only have a requirement for 6 of them:
- BI 245 Pentateuch
- BI 100 Old Testament Survey
- BI 111 Life Of Christ
- BI 101 New Testament Survey
- BI 201 – Biblical Hermeneutics
- Th 101 – Systematic Theology I
our teaching team
Johnnie Hicks, M.C.E.
An engaging instructor that has been teaching since 1994. Johnnie will challenge you with his many years of practical application.
Richard A. Barnett, D.R.E.
Dick is not only the President of the college, but he is a dynamic and experienced classroom teacher.
Jonathan Henry, D.R.E.
Jonathan drives the academic engine of CCV, and nowhere is that more obvious than when he is in the classroom.