Lubbock Christian University's Graduate School of Theology is a Candidate for Accredited Member status with the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools, 10 Summit Park Drive, Pittsburg, PA 15275-1110; 412-788-6505.
To earn a degree, students must complete the curriculum and meet other requirements for a degree listed in the academic policy section of this catalog.
Degrees that are candidates for ATS accreditation.
Other graduate degree offered by Department of Biblical Studies that is not a candidate for ATS accreditation.
The purpose of the Graduate School of Theology, as a community for theological reflection and spiritual formation, is to prepare men and women for service to the Triune God and leadership in various forms of Christian ministry around the world. As we purpose this purpose, we commit to diversity among the faculty, staff, and student body; to equip students for ministry in the global context; and to adhere to rigorous academic standards as we collectively engage Christian scripture and the Christian heritage in awareness of our Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement history.
Graduate School of Theology (GST) degree programs are delivered in online and hybrid formats. Students in the Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Christian Ministry, must take at least one-third (1/3) of their credit hours in hybrid formats, which includes an on-campus classroom experience. The Master of Arts - Biblical Interpretation may be taken entirely online but must pursued by students who hold baccalaureate degrees in or have at least 18 credit hours in biblical studies, ministry, missions, or a related field approved by the academic dean.