Mt. Olive Bible Institute & Seminary specializes in practical education degrees at the masters and doctoral level
Mt. Olive offers variety degrees at the Master’s level in the School of Biblical and Theological Studies:
· Master of Biblical Studies
· Master of Ministry
· Master of Theology
· Master of Christian Psychology Counseling
· Master of Christian Counseling
· Master of Pastoral/Bibilcal Counseling
The Master of Biblical Studies, Ministry and Master of Theology degree is a 50 credit hour program. It offers the student an opportunity for in-depth Bible and Theological study. This degree program provides the student with ministry application opportunities in the field through an internship practicum.
MASTER OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELING
The Master of Christian Counseling Psychology degree is a 50 credit hour program. This Biblically based program is designed for those involved in pastoral counseling within the framework of Christian service.
Mt. Olive Bible Institute & Seminary Counseling Program is not recognized deigned for the purpose of professional licensing. The primary goal of this program is to equip students with biblical knowledge and counseling skills to help those in need within the body of Christ.
Mt. Olive offers variety degrees at the Doctoral’s level in the School of Biblical Studies Theological Studies, Ministry, Christian Counseling Psychology and Education:
· Doctor of Biblical Studies
· Doctor of Ministry
· Doctor of Theology
· Doctor of Christian Psychology Counseling
· Doctor of Christian Education
· Doctor of Philosophy in Theology
· Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Counseling Psychology
· Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Education
The Doctor of Philosophy at Mt. Olive is a terminal and advanced degree program designed to enhance the analytical, interpersonal, and professional skills of our adult learners and provide them with superior ability for positions of leadership and ministry. Mt. Olive offers a 84 credit hour Ph.D Program to prepare candidates for ministry and academic excellence.
An admitted Ph.D. student will successfully complete a dissertation (200 – 250 pages). In addition to the Focus Courses, a research project is designed to expand the knowledge of the field in the focus area of study, and to demonstrate that the degree candidate has conducted independent scholarly analysis and implementation of research findings in ministry context.
All candidates for the Ph.D program must hold a Doctorate degree.