Northwest University will apply up to six credits per credential level attained for Assemblies of God (A/G) ministers. Therefore, if you are a Level 2 – Licensed Minister, you may be able to apply 12 credits to a degree offered at the Salem campus. An associate degree is 60 credits, therefore, a Licensed Minister would only need 48 more credits to graduate with an Associate in Ministry Leadership, Business Management, or Psychology degree. Note: A Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree is 120 credits.

As you are aware, a college education has become more important than ever in qualifying for a career, including ministry vocations. Additionally, many ministers serve in a context that requires them to be bi-vocational. A college degree could equip and enable a minister to a secure better paying job to supplement their ministry income and support their family.
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Contact Mark Robinson if you would like to know more about how to apply your A/G ministry credentials to a degree at Salem.

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Serving Opportunity | You can be a huge blessing this summer!

If your church, or possibly a small group from your church, is looking for a serving project this summer, we have a prime opportunity at the Salem campus. We are in the process of replacing the carpet in the upper level of our building with carpet tiles. In one half-day or full-day, you could make a huge difference at the Salem campus. The carpet tiles and other installation supplies have already been acquired. If you have someone who is a flooring installer or possesses moderate DIY skills, we can show you how to install the tiles. The remaining areas are the staff workroom, four offices, and the conference room, or approximately 2,000 square feet. Please contact Mark Robinson for more information