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Teaching Generations How to Use Their Faith to Live Victoriously in Ministry
At Kenneth Copeland Bible College™, the school of faith, we’re committed to passing on the rich legacy of faith that is Kenneth Copeland Ministries to the next generation. Our innovative approach to Bible school is designed to prepare you to live a victorious, overcoming life of faith in your unique ministry calling. With courses based on the foundational teachings of Kenneth Copeland, well-known instructors who’ve lived what they teach, electives designed to develop your gifts, and affordable tuition, this is the perfect place to earn your Associate of Biblical Studies. Discover what it means to embody faith, integrity and excellence in ministry!

About KCBC
Our Program
Get prepared to pursue ministry or any field of study with our accredited Associate of Biblical Studies, a two-year program that embodies the foundational teachings of Kenneth Copeland Ministries.
Our Courses
Experience learning both inside and outside the classroom. Our courses are designed to develop a deeper knowledge of the Word of God and practical skills to equip you for life and ministry.
Our Courses
Our Faculty
Learn from world-renowned ministers. With decades of experience, our distinguished team of educators, ministers and teachers will equip you to walk in faith, excellence and integrity in all you do.

Why Choose Us

Foundation of Faith
  • Based on the biblical teachings of Kenneth Copeland Ministries
  • 50+ years ministering faith in God’s Word
  • Spiritual development and application
  • Specialized ministry internships
  • All classes at Kenneth Copeland Ministries
  • Two-year Associate of Biblical Studies (60 credit) program
  • Fully Accredited Program (TACI)
  • Both traditional and nontraditional academic settings
  • Leadership training and development
  • Affordable tuition
  • Kenneth Copeland, Gloria Copeland, Pastors George and Terri Pearsons, plus world-renowned guest instructors like Rick Renner, Dennis Burke and many more
  • Service practicums, training and mentoring
  • A mix of large lecture classes and smaller class-sizes for ideal student/teacher ratios
  • Life skills and practical experience
  • Ongoing evaluation to promote growth

Highlights from Brother Copeland teaching the students for our BVOV broadcast