is a Bible college that is dedicated to providing quality education for active church leaders and laity interested in convenient ad affordable Christian education that will equip them for the work of the ministry.
NEW CALVARY SCHOOL of MINISTRY
Profile of the typical NCSM student:
+ Loves God and is eager to grow in the knowledge of His Word
+ Currently in ministry, but no time for a traditional seminary or Bible College
+ Cannot afford traditional college tuition and fees
+ Has attended many Bible schools without receiving proper academic credit
+ Needs the necessary academic credentials to realize their ministerial goals
+ Has been planning to go back to school but waiting for the right opportunity
COVID-19 and Virtual Learning Statement
As the challenges of COVID-19 continue to evolve, we believe that somehow God is at work.
These unprecedented times underscore the need of a deeper understanding of the Word of God. In lieu of in-person classes, all graduate and undergraduate courses will be conducted virtually until further notice. This will allow our students the opportunity to continue their studies in the safety and convenience of their homes. Our virtual curriculum has generated interest from prospective students throughout the country and abroad. We invite you to take advantage of this unique opportunity. The NCSM faculty will approach the task of remote teaching with the same integrity and spirit of excellence that speaks to our core values. We are confident that our students will be equally motivated for the challenges of virtual learning.
NCSM Curriculum & Classes
NCSM curriculum and class schedule are designed for saints who are involved in ministry, but could benefit from advanced Christian education.
Classes convene on the third week of each month, Thursday and Friday evenings, 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm and Saturday, 8:30 am until 12:00 noon. In addition, students are assigned extensive course work to be completed within a two week period following the three-day class period.
NCSM offers full credit classes on a monthly basis. This allows students to pay tuition each month instead for the entire semester. By necessity, the classes are intensive and require a minimum of 37 hours for independent home study and assignments.
For more information contact:
Reverend Dr. Steve A. Wright, Sr., Dean