Patriot Bible University has four undergraduate degrees in the School of Christian Education:

  • Bachelor in Christian Education
  • Bachelor in Christian Early Childhood Education
  • Bachelor in Christian Elementary Education
  • Bachelor in Christian Secondary Education

The purpose of a degree in Christian Education (CE) is to prepare people to teach in Christian schools or to administer such schools. The general CE degree is for those who want a broad education without specializing in any specific student age range. Administrators normally take this degree and use their six electives to take courses in their school’s primary emphasis or student age range. This degree is also good for home school parents and those teaching multiple-age groups.

Teachers, present or future, choose the degree that best prepares them for the age range they are or will be teaching. Electives may be taken from the CE courses in other areas of interest or from any undergraduate courses currently available.

It is strongly recommended that Christian school administrators obtain a Masters or Doctors degree in Christian Education. The rule of thumb often used is that an administrator should have a higher degree than those they are leading and supervising. If you are hiring or encouraging your teachers to have Masters degrees, you should have a Doctors degree.

Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. – 2 Timothy 2:15