Baccalaureate Degree Programs
Bachelor of Arts in Religion | Majors
The Biblical Theology major is designed to give the student a well-rounded college education with a sound preparation in Bible and Theology, and Biblical languages as well as a foundation in Practics and General Studies. Students who have a call to continue their education at the graduate level will find this major attractive.
The Counselling Foundations major is designed to equip the student with basic counselling skills for lay counselling and pastoral counselling situations. This major is also intended to provide students with the foundation and prerequisites for future studies in counselling at a graduate level.
The Intercultural Studies major is designed for the student who feels a call towards international missions work. The major includes a solid grounding in Bible and theology, practical theology and cross-cultural ministry.
This major is designed for students who sense God's call to pastor an existing local church or plant a new one. This program includes individual and group mentoring as well as training specific to the leadership of a local church. Students must also participate in two pastoral ministry internships.
Summit Pacific has a variety of offerings within the Music department. This major prepares and equips students for worship ministry in local church contexts to provide effective pastoral leadership.
The Church Ministries major is of particular interest to those who wish to stress education and teaching as primary aspects of their Christian ministry.
This four year B.A. program focuses is on leadership preparation for work in non-profit or non-governmental organizations, church related or foreign mission agencies.
The Youth Leadership program is designed for students who feel a burden for youth and wish to pursue effective ministry training for use as a youth pastor. Youth Leadership students will receive practical training, Biblical education, and mentoring with experienced youth ministers.
This major is for those students called to full-time ministry and who desire the minimum formal Bible College education required by the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada for ministerial ordination. The two semesters of Pastoral Internship will help to provide students with an understanding of the methods and skills needed to succeed in the ministry.
This major is designed for those wanting to maximize Biblical studies in developing their skills for Christian service but do not have a call to full-time ministry.
This major is designed for those desiring to acquire skills in the Christian Education ministry of the Church.
The Certificate in Bible is a one-year introduction to Biblical studies which provides students with training in the basics of Scripture, Christian worldview, discipleship, and ministry
• Church Ministries
• Music Leadership
• General Bible
This certificate is for those who desire to serve in a Church Ministry with an emphasis on children and youth. It includes an emphasis on education, communication, adolescent development and teaching.
This program is designed for those who want to serve in areas of institutional leadership. The focus is on leadership principles for work in non-profit organizations, churches, or global work contexts.
Omega Global is a one-year discipleship program. For eight months students dig into God's Word, train for ministry, and receive one-on-one mentoring. At the end of the school year the Omega Global Teams go overseas for 3 weeks. The 2019-20 OMEGA Global team will travel to Brazil in May of 2020.
The college offers courses that specifically fulfill the PAOC’s Recognition of Ministry Credential. The RoMER Certificate fulfills the academic requirements of this credential and is attainable in one year.
This one-year program is geared towards equipping students with skills for sound production, media, and church ministry. In addition to audio and media courses, students will study Bible and spiritual formation.
This program is designed for students who are contemplating education at a secular University. The program provides foundational courses in Bible, Theology and General Education to strengthen spiritual formation and Christian world view
SPC students who take eight liberal arts courses taught by Trinity Western University faculty will not only receive credit towards their B.A. degree but will also be presented with a completion certificate that summarizes their University Transfer Credits.