FaithWay Baptist College of Canada

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FaithWay Baptist College of Canada
Motto Training servants for the Master
Type Private Bible college
Established 1991 (1991)
Affiliation Baptist
President Dr. Robert Wall
Academic staff
15
Location Ajax, Ontario, Canada
43°53′51″N 79°01′52″W / 43.897625°N 79.030993°W / 43.897625; -79.030993Coordinates: 43°53′51″N 79°01′52″W / 43.897625°N 79.030993°W / 43.897625; -79.030993
Campus Urban
Colours Red      and black     
Website www.fbccanada.org

FaithWay Baptist College of Canada is a private Baptist Bible college in Ajax, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 1983 by Dr. Robert D. Kirkland and Dr. James O. Phillips, and officially recognized by the province of Ontario as a private university under the FaithWay Baptist College of Canada Act, 1991.[1]

Status[edit]

In 1991, the Ontario legislature officially recognized the seminary as a degree-granting institution through the passage of "An Act to Incorporate FaithWay Baptist College of Canada Act, 1991". [1]

Governance[edit]

The seminary is governed by a board of trustees, roughly half of which is made up of members and officials of the FaithWay Baptist Church, and a Senate composed of the faculty, school administrators and several trustees.[1]

Academic programs[edit]

Programs include:

  • Certificate of Biblical Studies
  • Graduate of Theology Diploma
  • Bachelor of Theology Degree – Church Administration
  • Bachelor of Theology Degree – Missions
  • Bachelor of Religious Education Degree – Church Administration
  • Bachelor of Religious Education Degree – Missions
  • Bachelor of Religious Education Degree – Church Ministries
  • Bachelor of Religious Education Degree – Music
  • Bachelor of Religious Education Degree – Christian Day School
  • Bachelor of Sacred Music Degree [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "General Information". Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials. Archived from the original on August 12, 2014. Retrieved July 25, 2014. 

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