Through academic training and hands-on ministry service, Emmanuel prepares Christ followers who are committed to making a difference in their world.

Programs

 

Program Offerings
Name
Duration (based on full-time) Major(s)
MountainTop (Certificate)
Common First Year of Studies
Children's Ministry
Worship Studies 
1 year  
Expedition & Expedition Plus (Certificate) 4 months – 1 year  
Christian Foundations (Distance Education Certificate) 10 courses + Field Ed  
Professional Studies Certificate in Addictions Counselling 8 courses over 18 months  
Biblical Studies (Diploma) 2 years  
Christian Ministry Support Worker (Diploma) 2 years     
Bachelor of Religious Education
Arts & Biblical Studies
Counselling Studies
Professional Studies
3 years Bible / Theology; General Arts
Bible / Theology; Counselling Studies
Bible / Theology – Concentrations in two of
     Christian Education
     Counselling
     Intercultural Studies
     Youth      

Bachelor of Theology
Intercultural Studies
Pastoral Ministry
Youth Ministry
Human Services

 

 

4 years Bible / Theology; Intercultural Studies
Bible / Theology; Pastoral Ministry
Bible / Theology; Youth Ministry
2nd Degree Track for University Graduates

Bachelor of Religious Education
Arts & Biblical Studies

1-2 Years Bible / Theology; General Arts

Community College Track

Bachelor of Religious Education
Arts & Biblical Studies
Professional Studies

Bachelor of Theology
Christian Ministries
 

2-3 Years

 

Bible / Theology; General Arts
Bible / Theology – Concentrations in two of 
     Christian Education
     Counselling
     Intercultural Studies
     Youth    

Bible / Theology – Concentrations include 
     Christian Education
     Counselling
     Intercultural Studies
     Youth    

Managing a Program

Each of the programs listed in the overview chart above is described in detail in the next section.

For each student registered in a specific program, course requirements, credit transfer, and all credit earned to date are tracked by the Registrar’s Office. Courses are selected according to the requirements of the program and the published schedule of those available in a given semester. To plan ahead, students may consult the Academic Flow Chart, which projects course offerings over the next three to four years.

Course selection in the BRE Counselling Studies and Professional Studies programs in particular should be done with faculty guidance prior to or at registration time. As courses are chosen, please note the difference between free and limited electives (see ‘Elective’ in glossary). These meet specific purposes in each program. A program change is a major decision and is sometimes necessary as a student gains a new sense of direction or as situations change. Program changes are facilitated by the Registrar or Academic Dean. Along with the various Program Coordinators they can provide information and advising to students considering a program change. The college reserves the right to determine program suitability.

Program Change Request forms are available from the Registrar’s office or online.