Seminary visits provide special view of opportunities

Seminary visits provide special view of opportunities

Students considering Baptist Bible Seminary gain a powerful perspective on advanced degrees and career opportunities through a tailored campus visit experience.

Visiting campus is among the best ways to learn first-hand about BBS and its range of programs. Visits are available nearly anytime and can be easily arranged by contacting Seminary Admissions at or 800.451.2287.

Future students can also take advantage of money-saving options when visiting, including:
- Up to two nights lodging on campus or nearby.
- Meal tickets to eat free on campus.

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Visits can be a deeply important factor in selecting a location to pursue a seminary education, said Thomas Anderson Jr., a current Master of Divinity student at BBS.

"The most influential factor in choosing where to continue my education was when I visited BBS and saw firsthand the commitment and dedication of faculty members toward personal development in the Word of God," he said.

Visits are personalized to student needs. They include:
- Classes with students.
- Worship in chapel.
- Tours of campus and the local area.
- Visits with faculty.
- Time with Admissions and Financial Aid representatives.

Academics and Applications
Students a genuine blend of rigorous academic content and transformational hands-on applications. BBS offers academic programs ranging from a 30-credit Master of Ministry -- available in a totally online format -- to terminal Ph.D. and Doctor of Ministry degrees. A range of online, on-campus, and hybrid options are available at each degree level.

The Master of Divinity program also has a totally online option and includes a unique one-year paid internship. This places students in active ministry roles as they earn credit toward their degree. They learn side-by-side with leaders, gaining through mentoring and coaching.

To learn more, go to, call 800.451.2287, or email Paul Golden at

Posted on: 3/14/2012 1:00:51 PM

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