SCHOOL OF MINISTRY

The School of Ministry develops Christian leaders through daily courses in the Bible and ministerial training in the inner city. Each student will learn through:

  • Student-led prayer and worship

  • Focused time in the Bible, contextualized to inner city ministry

  • Practical ministry skills taught by experienced staff

City Impact College
(in partnership with Northwest University)

A Christ-focused education with the Highest level of accreditation through Northwest University

SFCI is proud to be an instructional site for Northwest University and a member of the Northwest Partnership Program. The NPP partners with churches to offer college courses with the highest level of academic accreditation (including Associate and Bachelor degrees) as part of their church or ministry internship program.

  • Internship Credit: Students earn 3 credits per semester for their internship work

  • Degrees Offered:

    • Associate of Arts

    • Associate of Arts in Ministry Leadership

    • Bachelor of Arts in Business Management

    • Bachelor of Arts in Ministry Leadership

    • Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management

    • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

  • All courses have the highest level of accreditation.

  • All tuition costs are eligible for federal financial aid (loans and grants).

  • Courses reflect the unique vision and values of SFCI as qualified instructors lead students through the curriculum.

  • All courses are offered online, so courses are flexible and available to all students, regardless of class size.

  • Low Cost: $310 per credit (as of Fall 2019) + $1300 per semester program fee.

Course Design

Northwest uses Discovery and NU Online as their learning management systems to provide learning materials, reference links, assignments, discussion forums, and other support features needed by students, except textbooks.

Whenever possible, the Northwest Partnership Program blends face-to-face and online courses, depending on the program size and the number of qualified local faculty. It's the best of both worlds: the flexibility of online education and the strength of weekly personal instruction.