Boyce College

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Boyce College
Motto For the truth. For the church. For the world. For the glory of God
Established 1998
Type Private
Religious affiliation Southern Baptist Convention
President R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
Location Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Affiliations Kentuckiana Metroversity Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Website www.boycecollege.com

Boyce College is the undergraduate school of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Albert Mohler started the program in 1998 to begin the training of future ministers.[1] Boyce College aims to train future ministers of the gospel.

History[edit]

In 1974, Boyce Bible School was created and offered an associate of arts degree. Under the guiding hand of President Mohler, Boyce Bible School became Boyce College in the fall of 1998 and began offering six bachelor’s degrees. While offering seven different ministry-related degree programs, Boyce College’s enrollment has grown over 700% in the ensuing years.

Degrees Offered[edit]

  • Associate of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies, Christian Worldview and Apologetics, or Expository Preaching and Pastoral Leadership.
  • Bachelor of Science in Biblical Studies in Church Ministry (with a concentration in either Christian Leadership, Children’s Ministry or Women’s Studies), Counseling, Missions, Music Ministry, or Youth Ministry.
  • Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (P-5) or Humanities.
  • Bachelor of Science in Biblical Counseling

Athletics[edit]

Currently, the only sport offered is Men's Basketball which competes in the NCCAA Division II - Mid-East Region. In the 2013-14 season, the team placed third in the Region, losing to Kentucky Christian University, who went on to take the eventual national champion, Ohio Christian University, into overtime.


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