The associate program is a 60-semester hour program and is just the beginning for seminary students. The undergraduate programs they offer include Bachelors of Biblical Studies, Christian Counseling, Christian Education, Divinity, Ministry Studies, and Theology Studies.
The graduate programs they offer include Masters of Ministry Pastoral Leadership, Theology Pastoral Theology, Pastoral Counseling, Christian Counseling for Students (with or without NCAA Temperament Certification), Divinity Masters of Pastoral Leadership, Divinity - Biblical Languages, Biblical Studies - Old Testament Studies, and Christian Education. Their doctor programs are Doctor of Ministry, Theology Pastoral Leadership, Pastoral Counseling, Christian Counseling (NCAA Licensure, Marriage and Family, Family Trauma, Grief and Ethics), Christian Education, and Biblical Studies.
With so many options to choose from, this definitely a great school to look into if you're considering a path in Christian education. Check out there website and this is what you'll see on the home page:
From here, you'll be able to get more information about which programs you may be interested in, how to go about applying, and you can even find out their history, philosophy, and the answers to the most frequently asked questions.