Vintage Bible College & Seminary is an interdenominational christian bible college and seminary. We are located in Winston-Salem and convenient to Greensboro, Charlotte, High Point, Raleigh and the Piedmont Triad area of Forsyth County, North Carolina. Vintage Bible College provides both on-campus and online bible seminary degree studies. This website is a presentation of some of the programs and policies of Vintage Bible College & Seminary; however, the school is not liable for errors and/or omissions which may occur in the publishing of this site. Vintage Bible College reserves the right to make changes and corrections as necessary. If you have questions, contact the school by phone (336) 759-0591 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Master of Ministry Degree (M.Min.)
This program of study will provide a concentration in Pastoral Ministry. With a strong foundation of theology and a practical knowledge of Biblical ministry methods, this program of study will help prepare the student for public ministry in the local church and community, as well as one on one. Anyone called to ministry, regardless of their particular calling, should possess an intense knowledge of New Testament ministry and a deeper conviction and commitment to his/her own personal call to ministry. Upon completion of the program the student should demonstrate a greater knowledge of the Bible and an overall understanding of Biblical interpretation, and possess the ability to effectively use the Word of God in Christian ministry, as well as the capacity to constructively exercise judgment and skill in areas vital to the ministry.
4964 University Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
In order to graduate with a Master of Ministry Degree (M.Min.), the student must have satisfactorily completed the following requirements:
1. Pre-requisite: Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in related/approved field
2. A minimum of 34 Credits for program completion
3. A minimum overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0
4. All financial obligations settled with VBC
5. Recommendation by the faculty for graduation