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Southern California Seminary

Producing college graduates who are academically and functionally prepared to engage our world as ambassadors of Jesus Christ through a developed understanding of the Bible as God’s inerrant Word. SCS offers both On-campus and Online Biblical studies degrees.

Degree Programs

Associate of Arts in Christian Ministry (AACM)

The curriculum leading to the Associate of Arts in Christian Ministry (AACM) degree is a 60-unit course of instruction designed to give students a basic biblical and theological foundation in preparation for a wide variety of Christian ministries. By taking 12 units each trimester, the program can be completed in about two years. The AACM degree is not available to international students in the Korean and Spanish languages. [LEARN MORE]

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Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies (BABS)

The curriculum leading to the BABS degree is a 120-unit course of instruction designed to develop Christian character, a sound knowledge of the English Bible, and the skills appropriate for ministry in a local church, mission field, or other Christian ministry. By taking 12 units each trimester, the program can be completed in four years. Students who have earned an Associates degree may request to have their transcript reviewed to see if they qualify for the AA/AS to Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies. A minor provides a structured selection of courses to augment or complement the student’s major by broadening a student’s academic experience or serving as preparation for a specific career. [LEARN MORE]

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AA/AS to BABS Transfer Program

This transfer policy is designed for students who have already completed an Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) from an accredited institution. Students who have earned an Associates degree may request to have their transcript reviewed to see if they qualify for this transfer policy. The transferring Associates degree must have no fewer than 60 units of academic course work including 45 units of general education units and may not be a vocational or specialized degree. The transfer degree GPA must be a minimum of 2.0. The AA/AS to Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies includes 66-units of course-work that leads to the completion of the BABS program. By taking 12 units each trimester, students can typically complete the AA/AS to BABS in two years. [LEARN MORE]

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At Southern California Seminary we believe that the Bible is foundational to a well-rounded education. Therefore, we don’t just use Scripture to support our beliefs, we use it to form our beliefs. At SCS you will become better equipped to understand our world and your place in it, and you’ll develop the skills necessary for a lifetime of ministry.

James Fazio

Dean of Bible & Theology, Southern California Seminary

The College @ SCS

Producing college graduates who are academically and functionally prepared to engage our world as ambassadors of Jesus Christ through a developed understanding of the Bible as God’s inerrant Word. SCS offers both On-campus and Online Biblical studies degrees.

 
 

Degree Programs

Associate of Arts in Christian Ministry (AACM)

The curriculum leading to the Associate of Arts in Christian Ministry (AACM) degree is a 60-unit course of instruction designed to give students a basic biblical and theological foundation in preparation for a wide variety of Christian ministries. By taking 12 units each trimester, the program can be completed in about two years. The AACM degree is not available to international students in the Korean and Spanish languages. [LEARN MORE]

On-Campus-Seal   Online-Seal
 

Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies (BABS)

The curriculum leading to the BABS degree is a 120-unit course of instruction designed to develop Christian character, a sound knowledge of the English Bible, and the skills appropriate for ministry in a local church, mission field, or other Christian ministry. By taking 12 units each trimester, the program can be completed in four years. Students who have earned an Associates degree may request to have their transcript reviewed to see if they qualify for the AA/AS to Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies. A minor provides a structured selection of courses to augment or complement the student’s major by broadening a student’s academic experience or serving as preparation for a specific career. [LEARN MORE]

On-Campus-Seal   Online-Seal
 

AA/AS to BABS Transfer Program

This transfer policy is designed for students who have already completed an Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) from an accredited institution. Students who have earned an Associates degree may request to have their transcript reviewed to see if they qualify for this transfer policy. The transferring Associates degree must have no fewer than 60 units of academic course work including 45 units of general education units and may not be a vocational or specialized degree. The transfer degree GPA must be a minimum of 2.0. The AA/AS to Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies includes 66-units of course-work that leads to the completion of the BABS program. By taking 12 units each trimester, students can typically complete the AA/AS to BABS in two years. [LEARN MORE]

On-Campus-Seal   Online-Seal
 

Ready to get started?

APPLY NOW

At Southern California Seminary we believe that the Bible is foundational to a well-rounded education. Therefore, we don’t just use Scripture to support our beliefs, we use it to form our beliefs. At SCS you will become better equipped to understand our world and your place in it, and you’ll develop the skills necessary for a lifetime of ministry.

James Fazio

Dean of Bible & Theology, Southern California Seminary

Biblical Studies in Korean

Korean-language bilingual Biblical Studies programs: Southern California Seminary offers our Biblical Studies programs in the Korean language, including bilingual professors and translation for English-speaking professors.

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Mission & Distinctives

A look at how our approach to the Bible makes all the difference in your education along with the school’s history and purpose.

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