Associate in Biblical Studies

This degree provides an in-depth look at the background, purpose, message, structure, and major themes, bridging the ancient text's message of the Old Testament to contemporary relevance. You will also delve into the science of biblical hermeneutics and master the art of interpreting the Scriptures.
Earn Your Degree in 9 months

What's included in this program?

Logos Academic Basic

  • Comprehensive Research Tools: Access to a suite of powerful research tools that facilitates in-depth study of biblical texts, commentaries, and related literature. 
  • Integrated Digital Library: Curated digital library containing essential academic resources,  ensuring students have a consistent, up-to-date repository of knowledge at their fingertips, anytime and anywhere.
  • Interactive Learning Experience: Logos Academic Basic offers features like visualizations, maps, infographics, and interactive media, making the learning process more engaging.
  • Seamless Synchronization & Portability:  Whether NCT students are working on a desktop at home, a laptop in the library, or a mobile device on the go, their notes, highlights, and bookmarks are consistently updated and available. 

NCT Mobile App

  • Instant Access & Flexibility: Instant access to essential resources, courses, and updates. Whether you're on the move, between classes, or in remote locations, the app ensures that the academic world of NCT is just a tap away, offering unprecedented flexibility in learning and communication.
  • Enhanced Student Engagement: Interactive  forums, quizzes, and multimedia lessons are seamlessly integrated into the mobile app.
  • Real-time Notifications: With the app, NCT sends real-time notifications about important dates, events, course updates, and other essential announcements.
  • Streamlined Administrative Functions: Besides educational content, the app integrates fee payment, course registration, scheduling, and feedback collection. This portability ensures uninterrupted study sessions and maximizes productivity.

Community Culture

  • Deep Theological Grounding: At NCT, students are immersed in a comprehensive and in-depth study of the Word of God. 
  • Holistic Ministry Preparation: Beyond academic rigor, NCT focuses on preparing students for real-world ministry challenges, ensuring they make a tangible difference in their communities and congregations.
  • Spiritually Enriched Community: Students have the opportunity to grow in their faith, engage in meaningful fellowship, and participate in community-building activities, all of which contribute to their personal and spiritual development.
  • Flexible Learning Opportunities: Recognizing the diverse needs of modern learners, NCT offers varied modes of study, including traditional classroom settings, online courses, and satellite extension programs. 

Note: You will receive a separate invoice for the balance of your enrollment fee, upon acceptance to NCT. 

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Policy Statements

Exemption Statement: The Policies of the Board of Governors requires all institutions conferred exemption with respect to religious education to prominently display the exemption statement in all relevant institutional publications. The statement should read: Degree programs of study offered by Northeastern College of Theology have been declared exempt from the requirements for licensure, under provisions of North Carolina General Statutes Section (G.S.) 116-15 (d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious education. Exemption from licensure is not based upon assessment of program quality under established licensing standards.

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North Carolina Post-Secondary Education Complaints
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Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 962-4550

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If you choose to mail a complaint, please use the following address:
Consumer Protection Division
Attorney General’s Office
Mail Service Center 9001
Raleigh, NC 27699-9001
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