Biblically rooted. Mission-focused.
K-12 Administration: Graduate Certificate
Prepare to engage the nations with the gospel of Christ, to the glory of God.
God’s Heart. God’s Glory. Your Calling.
God’s call is simple–to see His name glorified among all peoples. But the mission is complex. How do you deepen your understanding of God’s word while elevating your ability to communicate His truth to others–even in different languages, cultures, and contexts?
Start by laying a strong biblical foundation for missions. Engage Old and New Testament research and application. Explore biblical interpretation and Christian theology. Then, develop ministry skills as you experience the practical application of scripture. Spiritual formation, discipleship, and evangelism. Church planting, world religions, and apologetics. It’s biblical wisdom meets ministry ability, at NGU.
The Missions: IMB certificate meets the requirements provided by the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention for career missionaries.
What Can I Do with a Graduate Certificate in K-12 Administration?
A graduate certificate in K-12 administration prepares individuals for leadership roles in educational settings, specifically focusing on the administration and management of K-12 schools.
Graduates can pursue a variety of careers in school administration, instructional leadership, and educational policy-making.
School District Administrator
Study Missions from a Biblical Perspective
- Biblical Interpretation
- New Testament Research and Application
- Old Testament Research and Application
- Christian Theology
Choose three of the following:
- Spiritual Formation
- Personal Evangelism
- Evangelism and Church Planting
- Introduction to Christian Missions
- Christian Faith and World Religions
Students pursuing licensure are encouraged to contact their state licensure department to determine exact credentials and degree requirements.
Stories that Started Here
Jason Young, ʼ00, DMin ʼ20
The degree was affordable and delivered in a format that worked well for me.
Randy Bradley, DMin ʼ13
Randy returned to SC after serving as a missionary in Argentina for 21 years.
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