FBBC offers four programs of study. All students must take a set of required general courses. Each program also has built-in flexibility by allowing a certain number of elective courses. Students can choose courses that interest them to fulfill their program credit requirements.
Additionally, Fairview often has visiting professors from overseas who teach module classes and we also offer online classes. Module and online classes are for full time on-campus students but can also be taken by anyone who would like to take a class and learn more about the Bible.
Download our catalog and see the details for our programs of study below.
Designed for the student who believes God has called him to the pastoral ministry. The student is instructed in the academic and practical disciplines needed to effectively pastor a church. The course is comprised of 128 credit hours. Open to men only.
Designed to prepare servants of God to minister effectively in their local church through counseling. This is an outstanding program for those who desire maximum flexibility as to their class options. The course is comprised of 128 credit hours.
Designed for persons who want to learn more about God's Word and equip themselves to serve in various ministries in the local church. Students may choose to concentrate their electives in areas of their own interest. This program is comprised of 64 credit hours.
Designed for persons who want a general introduction to the bible and its doctrines. It includes an emphasis in a Christian's role in church ministry. This program is comprised of 32 credit hours.
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"God is usually an abstract idea to youths preparing to leave high school. The pursuit of learning who He is, is not normally a deciding factor in choosing a college. Usually any highly decorated secular college is the top choice by many, including myself. Thankfully God had better plans and directed me to Fairview. Initially my tenure at Fairview was a 'gap year initiative' However, my perspective changed as I grasped the necessity of the school. Fairview became a safe haven, crafting me into an unwavering servant of God."