Ready to turn your calling into a career?
Designed to equip leaders to maximize transformational change
But you have responsibilities – and a family – and you can’t just quit your job. That’s why Cornerstone – a Christian university – created a program to help working adults earn the degree they need to make their calling a career.
Our unique model lets you focus on one class at a time so you can fit your studies into your spare time, then move immediately to the next class to complete your ministry degree as soon as possible.
Our Bachelor’s of Ministry Leadership Can Help You:
- Lead student ministries
- Answer your calling as an Associate Pastor
- Become a faith-based nonprofit director
COMMUNITY OF LEARNERS
At the start of your program, you’ll be matched up with a group of people like you so you can help each other learn. The students in each class will be your classmates, colleagues, and future co-workers. When you’re having a tough week, they’ll help you stay motivated. If you have to miss a class, they have your back and will let you know what you missed.
Study On Campus or Online
Cornerstone offers bachelor’s of science degree programs in either an on-campus or fully-online format. The on-campus program meets one night a week from 6-10 p.m. so you can earn your degree without missing normal working hours. If you work long hours or have a family to watch over, the flexibility to take classes 100% online can help you finally complete your degree.
Earning a degree is one of the best personal investments someone can make. The experience and knowledge continues with you for a lifetime providing positive social, cultural, financial, and intellectual rewards. On average over 74% of our students receive financial assistance to help cover the cost of their education.
WHAT GRADUATES ARE SAYING
“Cornerstone University was a life changing experience. The people I have met became like family and everything I studied gave me a firm foundation to build upon and discern my calling into ministry. I am truly grateful God called me to this school.”
– Sheri Harris (BS, ’15)