Associate of Biblical Leadership

The Associate of Biblical Leadership degree is a two-year undergraduate program offered by the American Leadership Institute and Seminary.

Admission Requirements

Applicants desiring entrance into the Associate degree program must have completed the requirements for a high school diploma or the GED.

Application Process

  • Complete Application Form;
  • Submit the application with the $50.00 application fee; and
  • Request official transcripts from each institution attended and have them sent directly to:

American Leadership Institute and Seminary
54 Blowing Rock
Dawsonville, Georgia 30534

Program Objectives

As a result of completing the Associate of Biblical Leadership degree program, the graduate will be able to do the following:

  • Demonstrate effectiveness in oral and written communication;
  • Demonstrate an understanding of Western civilization;
  • Demonstrate an understanding of man in society;
  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic algebraic concepts;
  • Present an overview of the Bible and its theology;
  • Formulate a Christian world view;
  • Present the Gospel of Christ in a clear fashion;
  • Develop proper exegetical and expository messages and lessons from Scripture;
  • Explain how to organize and administer all ministries of the local church;
  • Demonstrate an understanding of counseling principles and techniques required to meet the needs of the congregation;
  • Explain the importance of home and foreign missions and the role of the local church with respect to missions.

Degree Requirements

For detailed information on the degree requirements see below.

  • Courses
  • Graduation Requirements
  • Cost of Attendance

Earn your Associate of Biblical Leadership degree on-campus, online , or both. You will study God’s Word, leadership, and improve your analytical skills. Your classes are taught by professional instructors with real-world experience in the subjects they teach. The faculty members are here to assist you with achieving your goal of earning a degree.

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