Bible, Ministry and Mission is offered es either a one-year programme or a bachelor’s degree and is aimed to equip students to serve in their local church and to do missionary work. This goal is achieved by giving the student a basic introduction to the Bible, Christian faith and service so that one can convey the Christian faith in churches both in Norway and around the world.
The programme consists of six courses of 10 ECT each. See more detailed information about the courses and study programme in the programme description (Studieplan) below.
|Second semester, spring||BMM1003 Christian Beliefs and Ethics|
|BMM1004 Practical Theology|
|BMM1006 Biblical Exegesis and Exposition|
|First semester, autumn||BMM1001 Introduction to the Bible|
|BMM1002 Church History and Christian Churches|
|BMM1005 Introduction to Missiology|
To apply, you must register an application online. See information about how to apply under Studies. The application opens on Jan1st and the deadline is March 1st.
The general basis for admission to universities and university colleges in Norway is called Higher Education Entrance Qualification. For applicants with foreign education, the requirements are specified in the GSU-list by NOKUT (the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education).
All required documents must be uploaded to your application.
See more information about requirements and the application process under Studies.
The programme qualifies for both voluntary and paid work in Christian churches and organizations.
The fees are currently at 3600 NOK per semester, of which 3000 NOK are tuition fee to FIUC and the remaining 600 NOK cover the semester fee.
The fees are paid upon semester registration in August and January.