School of Congregational Ministry
Since its foundation in 1893, Johnson University has been committed to training passionate, well-equipped ministers and preachers. The current faculty carries on this tradition of preparing dynamic leaders for an ever-changing world. The School of Congregational Ministry educates students to extend the kingdom of God through ministry, preaching, and church leadership.
Johnson’s strong reputation in the higher education community has drawn individuals from all over the world to study preaching and develop leadership skills. All coursework maintains a biblical core and is designed to provide a firm foundation for vocational ministry.
The School of Congregational Ministry offers numerous undergraduate degrees relating to various aspects of church ministry, including majors in preaching or youth ministry. Johnson also offers online degree programs for students seeking flexibility.
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A.S. Ministry Leadership
B.A./B.S. Children’s Ministry
B.A./B.S. Pastoral Care and Counseling
B.A./B.S. Ministry Leadership
B.A./B.S. Preaching & Church Leadership
B.A./B.S. Preaching & Youth Ministry
B.A./B.S. Strategic Ministry
B.A./B.S. in Youth Ministry
Master of Strategic Ministry
Certificate in Christian Ministries (Undergraduate)
Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministries