Christ

College

 

Educating Christians for

their Callings in Life

 

ILT has experienced faculty who deliver a quality and practical undergraduate program. Whether you are looking to serve in congregational ministry, missions, or other Christian service groups, Christ College can help with undergraduate ministry training, degree completion, and pre-seminary preparation.

Pastoral Ministry Certificate

The Pastoral Ministry Certificate is a twelve-course program designed to prepare leaders with no prior theological training to successfully provide pastoral leadership for a congregation. Coursework in the Pastoral Ministry Certificate Program provides a solid introduction to Biblical interpretation, Lutheran theology, church history, and ministerial practice.

Youth and Family Certificate

This twelve-course program is designed to prepare lay leaders to successfully provide leadership in youth and family ministry for a congregation. Coursework in the Youth and Family Certificate Program provides a solid introduction to Biblical theology, Lutheran theology, church history, youth and family ministry, and Christian education.

Associate of Arts in Ministry

The Associate of Arts in Ministry Program is designed to prepare leaders with no prior theological training to provide pastoral leadership for a congregation.  It prepares students for diaconal or other non-ordained ministries within the church and can be used as a route to ordained ministry.  This 63 credit program provides a general overview of theology and skills for congregational and other ministry contexts.

Bachelor of Arts in Ministry

The Bachelor of Arts in Ministry program is designed to prepare leaders with little or no prior theological training to provide pastoral leadership for a congregation.  It prepares students for diaconal or other non-ordained ministries within the church and can be used as a route to ordained ministry, pre-seminary training, or graduate theological studies.  This 126-credit program provides a general overview of theology and skills for congregational and other ministry contexts. 

Undergraduate Open Studies

Those who want to take courses at ILT but do not wish to be part of a degree program may enroll as open studies students. Credits earned by open studies students may later be counted toward a degree, provided the student has completed the full application process and been admitted into the degree program. 

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