Bachelor of Applied Ministry major is for those who desire to deepen their relationship with an all loving God, and gain a better understanding of their personal identity, gifts and calling. Courses are designed to empower students with a practical and applied understanding of God, scripture and ministry.
Upon completion of this program, students will have an increase in their effectiveness as servant leaders, reformers and revivalists in their arena of cultural influence, be it any combination of business, government, media, arts and entertainment, education, or the family and religion.
Program length: Up to 24 months
Road map: 7 + 7 + 3 + 1
7 Core Courses (Online)
Students will have rigorous guided online study in a cohort format. With advanced online learning system, a well-designed course structure, and a cohort mentor, WU students will gain valuable knowledge, discuss best practices and receive shift for their ministry and leadership development.
7 Elective Courses
A variety of elective courses are available.
3 Residentials (On-Site)
Students will participate in 3 required 4-day face-to-face sessions. Students will meet internationally well-known leaders, receive instruction and impartation for personal breakthrough and maximize their learning experience
1 Final Project
Students will have the option of conducting a ministry project with a written thesis paper or participate in a WU approved overseas intercultural missions trip for their graduation requirement.
Core Courses List (On-Line):
- Kingdom Identity
- Deliverance and Inner-Healing
- Hearing the Voice of God
- Hosting the Holy Spirit
- Prayer and Intercession
- Dealing with two critical issues: Spirit of Religion and Spirit of Poverty
- Rainbow God: The Seven Mountains – Unlock Your Destiny
- Born-again Christian
- Actively serving in local church/organization
- High-school graduation or above
- Two references (1 pastoral and 1 peer reference)
- Able to conduct online learning
7 Core Courses – 21 units
7 Electives – 14 units
3 Residentials – 18 units
1 Project paper or approved mission trip – 12 units
Total units for graduation: 65