Northpoint Bible College
and Graduate School
Northpoint Bible College started in 1924 by Rev. Christine Gibson to prepare ministers to reach the ends of the earth before the ends of time with the lifesaving Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are still training people for ministry and we are excited to share some information and opportunities that we offer:
ADSOM For College Credit – Did you know that Northpoint Bible College has an articulation agreement with the Association of District School of Ministry and accepts up to 27 credit hours towards a Bachelor of Arts degree? These credits almost stand for a full year of college at a fraction of the cost! Here is the breakdown:
• Certified Level – 9 credits
• Licensed Level – 9 credits
• Ordained Level – 9 credits
Northpoint Academic Programs:
One Year Certificate: This pathway is primarily for those who wish personal enrichment in Bible and Christian Service. Once the student completes this degree, then the student may roll the credits easily into an Associates or a Bachelor’s degree.
Associate of Arts: This program gives the student all the required classes for ordination and receive an accredited degree at the same time.
Bachelor of Arts: All Northpoint graduates double major in Bible & Theology and Ministry Leadership, Children & Family Ministry, Student Ministry, Worship Arts Ministry, Pastoral Ministry, & Intercultural Ministry.
Masters in Five: Earn your BA and MA in five years through dual enrollment.
Master of Arts: 48-hour MA in Practical Theology. Concentrations: Biblical Preaching, Spiritual Formation, Pastoral Leadership Development, & Church Planting (up to 12-hour credit reduction for Bible/Theology undergraduate degrees).
Accreditation List: Massachusetts Board Of Higher Education, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Association For Biblical Higher Education, Alliance For Assemblies Of God Higher Education, Michigan Department Of Higher Education, Commission On Christian Higher Education, Veterans Administration, The Student And Exchange Visitor Program (Sevp), and Title Iv.