degree programs


Earn Your Degree in Less than one Year!

All degrees at Lamad University are earned degrees. This is achieved by mandatory coursework that  must be completed. Our courses are available to everyone  who meets our entrance requirements.  Our courses require comprehensive  study and self-discipline as our Bible College is an online institution with no  physical campus. Bible College transcripts do not always  reflect real life experience. Online Bible College recognizes life experience  which may have been gained through years of work which is ministry related.Many people have served in ministry  positions and have gained a lot of knowledge and experience in their fields,  but do not have any formal certificate, Bible College, or degree. Life  experience credits can give some of the recognition needed for this service in  the work of the Lord.This acceptance of life credits helps a  potential student to accelerate their learning college experience and enabling  them to earn a fully accredited degree.Applicants must have had more than five  years in a recognized position in ministry. No Bible Colleges or degrees can be  awarded based purely upon life-experience. Life experience credit cannot be  given for an entire degree but is limited to a maximum of 30 credit  hours. Life experience which could  include such things as books authored, missions trips, classes taught, outreach  ministries, ministries within a church, etc., must be documented along with the  years they occurred and submitted for evaluation.


Undergrad A. Div & Diploma Program

Old Testament Survey
New Testament Survey
Tenants of the Faith

Apostle, Prophet, Teacher, and then the Gifts: Understanding the 5-Fold Ministry Gifts 

Church Administration

Business Communication
L.U. provides the best ministry preparation and at the end of this program, students will be able to integrate Christian principles in critical thinking and decision making. The program prepares the student for further study into the various tracks of our Bachelor Degrees. The entrance requirements for the Diploma Degree in Ministry is a Certificate in Ministry or 35 credit hours.  

Includes Life Coaching 101 & 201

 Minister Licenses students in the Diploma Program are required to complete a practicum in addition to the A.Div courses.



Students wanting to enter the B.Div, M.Div, or D.Div Degree  in Biblical Studies, Christian Education, Church Administration, or one of the Five Fold Ministry Distinction programs must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 35 credit hours.

B.Div Students must take three elective courses:

M.Div Students must take six elective course

D.Div Students must take six elective courses and publish

Includes Dual Coach Certification

The Bachelor, Masters, Doctorate  Degree conveyed by L.U, prepare students either for ordained  ministry in a Christian church, or for a wider engagement in society.

Upon  the successful completion of the  required courses the students should be able to:

  • serve in ministry such as a local church  or missions and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their  calling and career 
  • provide  an in-depth Biblical foundation to supply the values, knowledge and skills  needed to effectively serve effectively in Christian leadership with  a good understanding of  theological and Biblical interpretation 
  • provide foundational knowledge of the  major disciplines of Christian ministry formulate essential principles and  ethics of Christianity
  •  promote growth toward personal maturity  and ministry competence in the practice of ministry-related Christian education 
  • utilize insights gained for the  effective practice of Christian education in the church, the community, and the  world 
  • be competent in both pastoral and  educational practices 
  • understand the comprehension of  biblical foundations develop, organize, conduct, 
  • evaluate  Christian leadership in  ministry in various vocational assignments develop skills that will enable them to  minister effectively to students and their families in contemporary cultural  settings.