EXPLORE THE PROGRAMS
The goal of a microprogram is to equip believers in a specific area to serve in their local Church. Generally the program includes four courses offered on the evenings and weekends. The student or auditor completing a microprogram will receive an attestation of studies.
A microprogram is a good introduction to biblical studies.
MICROPROGRAM (6 TO 12 UNITS)
Leadership in Church Planting
In order to serve Church members who each have a different calling in life, SEMBEQ has proudly offered, for more than 40 years, various programs to equip them to serve in the Church. Our regular programs aim to train in different specialized fields, and we focus all our efforts to meet the growing educational needs at all levels.
ATTESTATION (30 UNITS)
Church Planting Leadership
Women’s Ministry (Priscilla)
ADVANCED ATTESTATION (60 UNITS)
DIPLOMA (90 UNITS)
Theology in Pastoral Ministry (with biblical languages)
Theological Studies in Pastoral Ministries
ATTESTATION OF SUPERIOR STUDIES (30 UNITS)
ATTESTATION OF SUPERIOR STUDIES AND RESEARCH (45 UNITS)
Other options of specialization are available. Please contact the registrar’s office.
ADVANCED ATTESTATION OF SUPERIOR STUDIES (60 UNITS)
DIPLOMA OF SUPERIOR STUDIES (90 UNITS)
Théology in Pastoral Ministry
SEMBEQ is proud to work in partnership with Northwest Baptist Seminaryin offering the Immerse program. SEMBEQ is an authorized agent to supervise the distance learning Immerse platform. These university-level programs are recognized by the Association of Theological Schools in order to train pastors, missionaries and church planters. This training is managed by a team of coaches and takes a holistic approach to teaching the knowledge and practical skills needed for ministry.
Bachelor of Arts in Ministry (B.A. Min.)
Master of Divinity (M. Div.)
A cohort is a group of students meeting together on a regular basis with structured support to optimize their growth and learning.
All courses can be taken without credit. Auditors will benefit from a special rate and will not have any work to hand in. However, they will be assisting as auditors and not as regular students, and their participation in class discussions will therefore be limited.