DCC faculty care about what you know and what you become. A 1:10 professor/student ratio allows them to know you as a person.
Professors seek to go beyond the classroom to help you understand your calling and to prepare you for it. Some faculty are full-time and others are part time, bringing their experience from the field into the DCC classroom.
DCC educates and mentors people to be leaders, including concentrations in leadership and mentors who lead in their field.
We focus on leadership development. We want our students to graduate with a humble servant’s heart ready to assume leadership roles in their church, community, and career. All students are provided opportunities to engage with faculty and professionals who challenge them to explore their unique gifts so they can realize their full potential. Courses such as Cultural Competency, practicums, and internships give students real-world experience with feedback on how they can be effective leaders.
Mentorship & Networking
Students are mentored by peers and professionals as well as learning to be mentors.
This unique program allows students to receive and provide mentorship – both internally and externally – every year at Dallas Christian. Community leaders pour into students’ lives, resulting in personal and professional development.
Complete your degree in
The difference between a B.S. and a B.A. is 12 credit-hours of Greek. In a biblical languages minor, you will study Greek and Hebrew
Scholars teach New Testament classes beyond the requirements that can take you deeper in your study of this literature.
Scholars teach Old Testament classes beyond the requirements that allow you to go deeper into this literature.
Christian Theology, Apologetics, and Ethics plus special topics in Theology.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is a Bible Major or Minor Required?
A Bible major or minor is one of the best possible ways to prepare a person for the workplace and the current world. Surveys indicate that one of the key skills employers look for in employees is critical thinking. Studying the Bible builds critical thinking skills and encourages clear articulation of thought through writing—another skill for which employers are looking. Studying Scripture is also foundational to answering questions about who you are and what you were created to do. Answering questions like that help students establish their worldview. To be able to lead within today’s world, current and future leaders must know important truths such as “God created us in His image” and how to apply those truths as the world continues to change. DCC graduates are prepared to lead.